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Song Parodies -> "Come Over"

Original Song Title:

"It's Over"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Roy Orbison

Parody Song Title:

"Come Over"

Parody Written by:

Glynn Leaney

The Lyrics

COME OVER

I hate it as I sit here on my own.

Every night I watch TV,
I’m fed up with what I see,
I wonder if there’s something else to do.

I have heard you’re on your own,
Do you like it, all alone?
Or would you like for me to be with you?
Come over.

You lost your man, I hear,
So come on over here,
I live so very near,
We’ll have a beer to bring us cheer
Right here, yes here…

Come over, come over, come over.

I want to leave my past behind,
In days gone by I’ve lost my mind,
I’m sure you have to feel the same as me

You can’t be happy on your own,
So go ahead, pick up the phone,
I’ll make you happy, just you wait and see,

Come over, come over, come over,
COME OVER.

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