It's rough being heavyset (lots of fat, lot of sweat)
It's rough being heavyset (fatty fatty fat, fat fat fat)
It's rough being heavyset (lots of flab and a rash)
It's rough being heavyset (flabby flab, flab flab flab)

And all the people that I see
Don't want to sit next to me
On the plane or on the bus
And that is why they spit and cuss

It's rough being heavyset (lots of smells, lots of stares)
It's rough being heavyset (make me fit in my prayers)
It's rough being heavyset (flabby fat, what's that smell)
It's rough being heavyset (my clothes smell like Taco Bell)

And all the people think I'm weak
And all I ever do is eat
I have no self control
I'm engaged to be married to a burrito

It's rough being heavyset (fatty fatty fat, fat fat fat)
It's rough being heavyset (lots of fun, tons of fun)
It's rough being heavyset (*gibberish*)
It's rough being heavyset (lots of flab and a rash)

Hey there, you're a big one
Hey there, you're a pig one
Can't believe the size of this guy
Our airplane will fall out of the sky

Hey there, you're a big one
Hey there, you're a pig one
Can't believe the size of this dude
If he's on our plane, we are screwed

It's rough being heavyset (lots of fat, lot of sweat)
It's rough being heavyset (fatty fatty fat, fat fat fat)
It's rough being heavyset (fatty fatty fat, fat fat fat)
It's rough being heavyset

Is it hot in here or is it just me?
Boy, it's a hot one!
IT'S ROUGH!


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