Treasure Island

Maddy Jones

(March 2nd,1988 / Kennewick, Wa)

Blame The Brat

Fat little brat,
You're going to die,
Fat little brat,
Your life's gone awry,

Fat little brat,
You're hard to kill,
You throw your spats,
And your blubber is steel,

Fat little brat,
You stink like shit,
Fat little brat,
Go clean your pits,

Fat little brat,
Crevices, as well,
Get under those layers,
Make sure they don't smell,

Fat little brat,
You have no pity,
Fat little brat,
You just ate the kitty,

Fat little brat,
You're too great a mass,
Lose your flab,
Sorry, can't pass,

Fat little brat,
Oh, wait, I'm not sorry,
Fat little brat,
No pity, no worries,

Fat little brat,
It's really a shame,
For, fat little brat,
You're always to blame.

Submitted: Thursday, January 26, 2006
Edited: Thursday, January 13, 2011
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