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Song Parodies -> "J-Pop Is Messing Up My Head"

Original Song Title:

"Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head"

Original Performer:

B.J. Thomas

Parody Song Title:

"J-Pop Is Messing Up My Head"

Parody Written by:

Tokusou Sentai Blessranger

The Lyrics

J-pop is messing up my head
But that doesn't mean my anger will be burning red
This is bad for me,'cause
I really want to stop the pops by complaining
So,I just did told my brother it misleads
To aggravation,it always sounded Japanese
Staying in my room,that
J-pop is messing up my head
I'm confessing
But there's one thing I know
The J-genred rock meets me to defeat me
I hope that disco music won't step up to greet me

J-pop is messing up my head
And one of those songs had the words "better red than dead"
Boy,I threw a fit,that
J-pop is messing up my head
That's annoying
Yeah,I agree if no one should worry me
I hope that disco music won't step up to greet me

J-pop is messing up my head
It doesn't mean my anger will be burning red
This is bad for me,though
I really want to stop the pops by complaining,
I just agree,no one can worry me

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