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Song Parodies -> "Hey You"

Original Song Title:

"Hey Jude"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Hey You"

Parody Written by:

Glynn Leaney

The Lyrics

Another of my corona virus songs.

Hey you
Don't feel so bad,
Though you're sad now, you'll feel much better.
Although things are getting under your skin
Soon you'll begin to feel much better.

Hey you
Don't be afraid,
You'll be paid soon and see your lover.
The minute you find yourself back outside
You'll turn the tide and you'll recover.

So if you find you're feeling low
Hey you, just go
Be thankful and happy you're not older.
For don't you know that there are those
Who aren't so hip and carry a chip upon their shoulder.
Na na na na na
Na na na na.

Hey you
I hope you'll see
You'll be free soon and feel much better.
The minute you find yourself back outside
You'll turn the tide and feel much better
Better, better, better, better, better, ah!

Na na na na na na na
Na na na na
Hey you
Na na na na na na na
Na na na na
Hey you

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