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Song Parodies -> "Sarah Silverman"

Original Song Title:

"Sunshine Superman"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Sarah Silverman"

Parody Written by:

Fack Sabbath

The Lyrics

Sarah came softly through my
My window today
It'll take time we know that
But in a while
Silverman came to me in a dream
I would take time, I'll know it
i am firestarter

Because I made my mind
Now you're going to my house
But where do I see

In these times of health and safety
We can't play with food
But what tranquility,
I am Bob Dylan's arse
In these times of One Direction
and 'Let It Go'

Because Sarah made her dream
I am going to my mind
but where do I go


In these times of axing
The Basil Brush Show
I am proud they're axed it because
It wasnt as good
as it was in the 60s, lol
but not in these times

Because I made my mind
I am going to my mind
what the funk
Because I made my mind
I am going to Yale University
But what the folk

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