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Song Parodies -> "Break the Mind"

Original Song Title:

"Crack the Skye"

Original Performer:

Mastodon

Parody Song Title:

"Break the Mind"

Parody Written by:

Duc4AmIRight

The Lyrics

Here's a song that would break their own minds.
Blessed blue eyes get me with your sun
The rivers ran in deep
Spark fueled to shine

Deep within the endless void
Searching for a cross

The pencil forged inside me
Watches over
Like the writings of the board

Strike the behavior, boys will matter
Mountains of despair

I can see the mind
It is written all over your face

The dreaming players walk through my hearts
In the dawn your face is dreaming
White ghostly hearts

Weight of friends is on your shoulders
Hear the voice of gold

I can see the pain
It's written all over your mind

Desperate heathens flock to own minds
Guard your heartache well

Momma don't let them take her
Take her down

Please tell Rachel he want to have this one
Her spirit's too heavy

I can see the pain
It's written all over your mind
I can see the pain
You can make it all go away
This song break their own minds.

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