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Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

Hombres G

Parody Song Title:

"In Our Time"

Parody Written by:

Blane Worley

The Lyrics

It's hard to take a Spanish song and make it English cause the pacing in Mexican songs is not even. I hope you enjoy this parody of Temblando about a guy who lost a friend to death. Also, do not ask me about the words to the original song because I have no idea what they mean.
(piano entrance)

Hello friend.
It's been a while since we last talked.
And I just thought of our past.
I never wanted you to go.

What happened?
I looked through your eyes and you had changed.
And then your heart flew away -
-yet the wind cradled it.
And now when I see it.
It just carries through
To the end of the storm

Goodbye, friend....

Hello friend.
Why did they take your soul, friend.
Since that, you've been left here.
Stuck in the ground.

Oh, I mourn, my friend.
It's been such a while since we could talk.
But now, you're far away.
I hope in heaven, you swear
That all despair's lost.
And you will be reborn.
And I will be with you.
please swear.

Oh, I will see you friend...

When I die. I'll talk to you every minute that I can.
Yes, When I die. In heaven we'll forget the past and enjoy our new life.

Yes, when I die. I will need you there.
To talk to me so that I can know all the truth.

I will see you.
In our time.

©Blane Worley

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