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Song Parodies -> "The Cricket That You Play All Year"

Original Song Title:

"The Phantom of the Opera"

Original Performer:

Michael Ball

Parody Song Title:

"The Cricket That You Play All Year"

Parody Written by:

Glynn Leaney

The Lyrics

Marion and Steve are the two singers who sing on my CDs
THE CRICKET THAT YOU PLAY ALL YEAR

MARION
I dread this time of year,
When you're away.
I live in constant fear,
I wish you'd stay.
The months that we're apart
Are such a grind.
The cricket that you play all year around,
It blows my mind.

STEVE
I know I'm far away
But have to tour.
They need my batting skills,
I have to score.
The form I lost last year
I need to find.
The cricket that I play all year around,
It blows my mind.

MARION
I wish you well my Love,
And win your tests.
Don't let your team mates down.

STEVE
I'll do my best.

BOTH
And then when you/I return
It's what we said:
The cricket that you/I play all year around
We'll put to bed.

Forget
The cricket that you play all year

Soon, my angel, soon

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