ouscuen – n. a song sung by a washed up middle-aged adult singer
ahusg – n. a song sung by a child or a chorus of children exclusively. There are no middle-aged washed up adult singers allowed
quartet – n. where each of the four guys thinks the other three can’t carry a tune
Q: How does a baritone make phone calls?
A: Song distance!
Frank: I wish you’d only sing Christmas carols.
Frank: Because then you’d only have to sing once a year!
ofece – n. a Christmas rap song
that’s the reason that i came here to dine
the poo is not all the good you are a big fat large guypoit ppoopp the reason that i asked you to come here is this: you are all part of a great entity….a gerat thing here
POOP ALL WORK
AND NO PLAY MAKES JACK A DULL BOY ALL WORK AND NO PLAY
MAKESDJACK A DULL BOY ALL WORK AND NO PLAY MAKES JACK A
POOP IN A DSOOPMOO STUPID LARGE POOPOO POIOPTTTT FARTS HAVE
A DELICIOUS ODOR
tTque pasa? yo soy un gato grandepo tha poo
is no ver6y good
i like the
i wantheo warmn my hands upon your poo
yes that would be very nice
the cool thing about that is that you areodumb the
LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOppppppppppppppppp moshing song; guerilla radio
yuimopudassyiorewquaz – v. to write a symphony for a penis
vocgramma – n. a Spanish vocgam <see vocgam>
vocgam – n. a song that is about “being here”.
Ex. I am here! I am heeerreee!!!
uyty – n. a song that consists of only 1 note and 1 word
rieht – n. a song that incorporates keyboard typing into it
puxo – n. a celtic lullaby, considered a “hit”
pheser – v. to punch out someone singing a national anthem
perium – n. a song about an expensive pastry