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Song Parodies -> "All the Single Ladies"

Original Song Title:

"Hanging by a Moment"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"All the Single Ladies"

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The Lyrics

[Verse 1]
Desperate for something
Starving for love
I'm gonna search for someone
Who's gonna change my life

With all the single ladies around me
I don't know which one to pick up now
I'm not sure whether this one's right for me
Of all the single ladies around me

Forgetting all the hatred
Completely and not true
I'll take your honour, lady
And you sing along with me


[Chorus 2]
I'm living for the ones that I have known
I'm singing all the way to Canada
But there ain't some good ladies around here
Just all the single ladies around me

There's no one else to love
No one else to find
There's no one in my room
That can change my life

There is no one else.... (x3)

[Verse 1]


[Chorus 2]

Just all the single ladies (around me)
All the single ladies (around me) (x2)
All the single ladies around me..........

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