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Song Parodies -> "Playing Follow The Leader"

Original Song Title:

"Broken Down In Tiny Pieces"

Original Performer:

Billy "Crash" Craddock

Parody Song Title:

"Playing Follow The Leader"

Parody Written by:

Darius Whitehead

The Lyrics

Written By Franklin Matthews On August 17, 2017, The Day Jonathan Eugene Olechnicki Was Born. (Never Tell Anyone.) Franklin Has A Studio Called Franklin's Media Program.
Playing Follow The Leader,
It Ain't Really All That Bad.
Just A Song They Used To Play,
As The Game Went On, They Felt Glad,
Playing Follow The Leader,
It Doesn't Hardly Get That Lame,
Just A Tricky Thing To Play,
When Your Friends Are Playing The Game.

Take Me Back To Be The Leader, You Can Follow Me Again.
Here You Are Following The Leader, Please Follow Me And Then It Will End.

Playing Follow The Leader,
It's A Special Kind Of Game.
Like A Person Being Followed,
By Someone In The Game,
And It Was All I Can Think Of,
When I Used To Be A Kid.
When I Was First To Be The Leader,
These Kids Would Follow Me If I Did.

Take Me Back To Be The Leader, You Can Follow Me Again.
Here You Are Following The Leader, Please Follow Me And Then It Will End.
Have You Ever Played Follow The Leader Before? Franklin And Darius Matthews Want To Know!
(C) Darius Kamron Whitehead Studios/Jim Henson Interactive LeapFrog Pictures LPDC Television Network

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