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Song Parodies -> "He's So Special, He's My Brother"

Original Song Title:

"He Aint Heavy, He's My Brother"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"He's So Special, He's My Brother"

Parody Written by:

Glynn Leaney

The Lyrics

One of six songs written for my brother's 8oth birthday

The years pass by,
And though we live miles apart,
We’ve always been close, you see
He to me.
And we’re strong,
Stronger in the ties we have,
He’s so special, he’s my brother.

So here we are,
To help celebrate this time,
We’re happy we’re here to share
And to care.
Even though
We differ in several ways,
He is special, he’s my brother.

I’ve no worries at all,
I’m full of emotion.
Our family ties
Ever were of devotion
And love for one another.

In the years to come
I’ll always be there for him,
While we’re on our way to where
Who knows where.
What may come
I won’t ever mind at all.
He’s so special, he’s my brother.
He’s my brother.
He is special, he’s my brother,
He is special, he’s my brother.

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