She's a movie lover, suckin cock in the isle
It's like ten thousand dicks, when you're not really gay
She's a Death Row contract, when you hate Dr. Dre

And i think she's moronic
Its a real pain
When she hits the airwaves
With a pack of lies
That she wrote in the third grade
She's a head of lies
Thats you just cant shake
And each single makes me sicker

To imagine her naked
I'm afraid to see (afraid to see)
I took my suitcase
And broke her left titty
When i was at burny-grunmans
Mastering my album
I had the chance to burn her masters
And i wish that i had
Cause i think that she's moronic (blah blah blah)

It's a pure pain
When she hits the airwaves
And i hope she dies
And pour salt in her veins
She's a head of lice
That you just cant shake
And each single makes me sicker

She has a funny way
Of processing her lower vocals through a stereo chorus end delay
She has a funny funny way
Of singing all of her bridges like the kibbde-kibbde-kibbde-kiddby count bass

Isn't she moronic
Dont you think
Never once melodic
And i really do think

And i think she's moronic
Its a real pain
When she hits the airwaves
with a pack of lies
that she wrote in the third grade
she's a head of lies
thats you just cant shake
and each single makes me sicker

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    This song, if it isn't obvious, is a spoof of Alanis Morisette's "Isn't It Ironic?". Love his rendition xD

    Hihey9989on November 06, 2009   Link

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