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Song Parodies -> "The First of March"

Original Song Title:

"Guiding Light"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"The First of March"

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The Lyrics

Here's our song about the first day on March, which is today.
Pure hearts stumble
In my hands, they had to go
Fragile and stripped to the day
I can't hurt you anymore

Loved by the glory
You're loving life's wonder
Touch like friends detached
I can't feel you anymore

The girlfriend trapped in our hearts
It could help again
But I'm lost, crushed, cold and confused
With no guiding light left inside

You were on the first of March


When comfort and welcome will be found
I still reach for you
But I'm lost, crushed, cold and confused
With no other days left inside

You're the first of march
You're first of march
When there's a first of march left inside
When there's a first of march in our lives
Welcome to the first day of March.

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