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South Park has reimagined a retirement home as a Death Row prison.

And they've given the pensioners a hardcore hip-hop soundtrack, Locked Up In Here, to capture the feeling of entrapment.

'They put me here to die / left me angry and alone / for the crime of being old / they threw me in this nursing home,' raps one old-timer.

But being South Park it, of course, gets dirty, as he comments: ''Brand new bitch just admitted next door / hot piece of ass because she's only 84. / Next bingo night I'll bang that pussy black and blue / as long as I can get her before Tommy's granddad do.'

The animated comedy is show on Comedy Central. Here is the rap:

Locked Up In Here

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