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Song Parodies -> "Massachusetts Dreamin’"

Original Song Title:

"California Dreamin’"

Original Performer:

Mamas & The Papas

Parody Song Title:

"Massachusetts Dreamin’"

Parody Written by:

Andrew Lardieri

The Lyrics

All the leaves are green
And the sky ain’t gray
I’ve been for a walk
On a summer’s day
I’d be scared and cold
If I was in MA
Massachusetts dreamin’
On such a summer’s day

Stopped onto a beach
I passed along the way
Well, I got down in the sand
And I began to pray
You know the lifeguard likes it hot
He knows I’m gonna stay
Massachusetts dreamin’
On such a summer’s day

All the leaves are green
And the sky ain’t gray
I’ve been for a walk
On a summer’s day
If I didn’t tell him
I could leave today
Massachusetts dreamin’
On such a summer’s day
Massachusetts dreamin’
On such a summer’s day
On such a summer’s day

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