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Original Performer:

Del Shannon

Parody Song Title:

"One A Day"

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The Lyrics

Runaway is in my head - I'm so tired but I have another
As I trudge along, not feeling
very strong, too listless
to even sing a song

And as I still plod on, too tired
to have some fun, burned out and
I do not feel so young

I'm a walking, it's a pain
feeling groggy in my brain
Gotta stop this misery
Vitamins for energy

I ponder, pa pa pa pa ponder
Why, why why why why why
I have to pay
When I blunder each time I stray from my little
One A Day,
My One, One, One, One One A Day

(Musitron solo)

Now I'm walking, it's no strain
Several miles and back again
Full of pep and energy
Vitamins are right for me,

No blunder, bla bla bla bla blunder
I sigh, si si si si sigh
I shouldn't stray
I'm a wonder and found my way, with my little
One A Day,
My One, One, One, One A Day

My One, One, One, One A Day
My One, One, One, One A Day

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