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Song Parodies -> "Happy 2006, Britney!"

Original Song Title:

"Grandma Got Run Over By A Reindeer"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Happy 2006, Britney!"

Parody Written by:

Silver Power

The Lyrics

Well, I'm in a celebrity bashing kind of mood, so this'll be about Britney, since she is probably 2006's easiest target. Bravo, TJ, Bravo. Bashing girls. You see what I've been reduced to?
2006 was so very crazy,
Especially for celebrities!
But since the one chick's an easy target,
I'll go after bashing old Britney!

Got pregnant for the 2nd time,
And it was with K-Fed, too.
If you'd looked at her pictures, then,
You'd have sworn she was related to Shamu!

All the time, K-Fed was working,
Working on his new CD.
It didn't even go "Plastic'.
He should have hooked with J-Lo, not Britney.

Britney had another with a redneck,
People took some photos of her fat.
Hate to break it to ya, Britney baby,
Even a perv wouldn't buy pics of that!

Now her and K-Fed divorced,
It was a surprise to see
That instead of the new freedom,
K-Fed's really wants the custody.

I feel bad for Sean and Jayden,
Might just get stuck with K-Fed.
Once the kids are old, they'll wonder
If they'd like a mom with a future instead.

K-Fed shouldn't be sad about nothing.
The years he was with her, they were heaven!
Besides, I think he has a bright future
Making Icees at the 7-11.

Now there's something wrong with Britney,
Even herself must confess.
She is coming out her mansion,
Even though she ain't even fully dressed!

She makes magazines and papers,
Didn't even stand a chance!
They are taking tons of pictures
Showing she isn't wearing underpants.

This year must be driving Britney wild!
Paris Hilton is her "bestest friend".
Nothing much else could really describe it,
Can only say "OopsShe did it again!'

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Pacing: 4.5
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Song Police - December 27, 2006 - Report this comment
Uhm...this is not a Traditional song. It was recorded some time during the Rock Era by a group called Elmo & Patsy. Do your research.

Oh, btw, I give a 5/5/5 for the content
Silver Power - December 27, 2006 - Report this comment
Ah, jeez, the cops. Well, I'm sorry, I'll try not to offend you or your fellow workers, the Decade Police, anymore. Thanks for the score.
C.J. Spindler - December 28, 2006 - Report this comment
Yeah, the Song Police are right; this was by Elmo & Patsy. And besides, I don't think you've offended the decade police either; there hasn't been a comment from an entity under that name in about two years. I bet they've been lurking around here though.
Below Average Dave - December 28, 2006 - Report this comment
I've seen them around. . .not on my songs though (weh)-555
Silver Power - December 29, 2006 - Report this comment
What's this C.J. Spindler? An imposter of me, T.J. Spindler? :O
Chick Daney - December 30, 2006 - Report this comment
I he perhaps a little-known cousin of yours or something?
Silver Power - January 18, 2007 - Report this comment
Nah, I don't know any C.J.'s.

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