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Song Parodies -> "Covers"

Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

Jessica Simpson/ (Robbie Williams)

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Parody Written by:

Kit Kat

The Lyrics

This parody is dedicated to all those who love eighties music and hate the artists who attempt to disgrace it. Enjoy!!
I contemplate, is that chicken or fish on my plate? And then I go straight to the
radio to pick a station.
'Cause my salvation comes from other singers' creations
So when I just can't find a hit, brains missing from my head,
And I feel my talent's dead, I'm singing covers instead

And through it all Nick offers me direction, on keeping a good complexion
'Cause he's a pretty boy, that's why I married him
'Angels' were present that day, when he 'took my breath away'
Since I couldn't think of anything to say, I'm singing covers instead

When I'm feeling dumb, and I can't remember what's been done, I look online
Where I know I can always steal a line, And if I can't find one
I'll just steal a whole song, 'Cause when I'm brain dead
I'm singing covers instead

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