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Song Parodies -> "It's Michael Jackson!"

Original Song Title:

"Human Nature"

Original Performer:

Michael Jackson

Parody Song Title:

"It's Michael Jackson!"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

Imagine what it is like for a major celebrity like him realising that people are now afraid of him.....
(Intro Music)
MJ: I was in the store today,
And a child came my way!
I asked him:"Wanna play with Willie?...."
But he ran away!

Oh, don't cry, don't you know it's Michael Jackson!
Don't cry....why you running away?
Please hush now, don't you know it's Michael Jackson!
Don't cry....why you running away? Why you acting insane?
Please stop playing those games! Oh why don't people respect me anymore!

(Music break).

I went to Germany, a year ago. And, the press was there!
So I went to the balcony with my baby, and I dangled him there....
But when I left, mothers were running, screaming:"He's insane!"

(Repeat chorus).

I decided, to move to Behran, to escape my "fame"...
But when I went into the bathroom, to touch up my face....a woman took pictures of me! Wrong bathroom!

(Repeat chorus twice).

Please don't be afraid of me! I'm your celebrity! Lets put on make-up! Go fight some pirates! Teeeee....Heeeeeeeeeeee!

(Fade out).

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