Got nothin' to do on a Friday night,
Green jello sucks!
Ain't got no talent, but that's all right,
Green jello sucks!
We're the worst, the worst in the land,
Green jello sucks!
But come on! gotta give us a hand,
Green jello sucks!
Iggy and gerdy, they're both good names,
Green jello sucks!
Maynard and poopy, they're both insane,
Green jello sucks!
But when life is just a game who's to blame?
Green jello sucks!
Green jello.
Green jello sucks!
Yeah, that's right, we're it.
Green jello sucks!
We're the world's economic problems.
You can blame it all on us.
Green jello sucks!
It's our fault. [god, green jello sucks!]
Hello, jello. green jello.
Green jello sucks!
Hello, jello. green jello.
Green jello sucks!
Hello, jello. green jello.
Hello, jello. green jello.
Hello, jello. green jello.
Green jello! green jello!
Jell for the future.
Jell for the future.
Jell for the future.
Jell for your future.
And scream ''green!''
Green jello sucks!
Green jello sucks!
Green jello sucks!


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    green lelly was green jello till they got sued

    horluvron July 11, 2006   Link
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    green jlelly was green jello till they got sued

    horluvron July 11, 2006   Link
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    green jelly was green jello till they got sued

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