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Song Parodies -> "Looking at Me"

Original Song Title:

"Running Away"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Looking at Me"

Parody Written by:

Bryan Pardue

The Lyrics

Don't know what I was on when I wrote this, but it turned out alright.
I just want you to give me your cup
And let me drink 'til I've had enough
And I don't want you to feel sorry for me
You know I am just a drunk monkey
And I just need to look up in the sky
To see the rain and start to cry
I just wanted you to give me a puff
You know I just love that stuff

So why are you looking at me?
Why are you looking at me?

Cause I did enough to show you that I
Was willing to give and sacrifice
And I was the one who was making you laugh
When all of your life was filled with crap
When you get close, I throw in your face
All of the poo that's in this place
I just wanted you to give me a puff
You know I just love that stuff

(Repeat Chorus)

Is ti me, is it you
Nothing that I can do
To make you change your mind
Is it me, is it you
Nothing that I can do
This is a waste of time

(Repeat Chorus)

(What is it I've got to be) Why are you looking at me?
(To make you turn and face your greed) Why are you looking at me?

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