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Song Parodies -> "Goodbye Normal Life"

Original Song Title:

"Goodbye Blue Sky"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Pink Floyd

Parody Song Title:

"Goodbye Normal Life"

Parody Written by:

Arch Vile

The Lyrics

This song is meant to occur during the Friendship Games with Crystal Prep. Since these events would not be forgotten, hidden cameras were placed on the rooftops of Canterlot High, as future evidence of this problem. The cameras would be provided by Snowmound Pile after, like most students, keep forgetting about equestrian magic. It's not enough that Canterlot High gets brought into magic trouble, but let's bring another school to get scared. As being outside witnesses, some at Crystal Prep may never compete in the Friendship Games again (unless something changes between now and the next 4 yrs.) There is also some relief that Twilight Sparkle is no longer attending their school, for fear of any future threat from her.
(During friendship games)(a Crystal Prep Student notices)
“Look trenderhoof, there’s a human up in the sky”

(Instrumental intro)
Ooooooh, ooooooh, ooooooh, ooooooh, oooh
Ooooooh, ooooooh, ooooooh, ooooooh, oooh
Di, di, di, did you see the giant weeds?
Di, di, di, did you see the magic beams?
Di, di, di, did you ever wonder why we kept there, sitting silent
While madness started, happening, before our very eyes?

Ooooooh, ooooooh, ooooooh, ooooooh, oooh
Ooooooh, ooooooh, ooooooh, ooooooh, oooh
Di, di, di, did you see the giant weeds?
Di, di, di, did you see the magic beams?
The holes are all gone, but memories linger on.

Goodbye, normal life
Goodbye, normal life
Goodbye
Goodbye
Goodbye
Retrogradient (female) carries some significant wisdom by being a history buff. This stems from the fact that her family has a hoarding problem. When there was group homework assignments back in Grade 5, she and Scalding Wok were a team. Part of their planning entailed going to Retrogradient's house, and that left some shock. This was not a healthy place to study or live for that matter and Retrogradient's parents were not the wiser about this. After an intervention from neighbours, extended relatives, and even from Scalding Wok, Retrogradient and her family had to deal with separation anxiety of their possessions. "What kind of comfort is there in having items that will carry nothing but dust, insects, and maggots?" "Are possessions more valuable to you than people?" This was the line of questioning that was brought up with Scalding Wok. After a massive garage sale/auction/recycling trucks, Retrogradient's house became more livable. She came to appreciate the value of Scalding Wok and the others in her related clique. She would frequent museums and flea markets to gauge her history buff status, and possibly add value to items with her input. She would one day come to appreciate changes in human civilization with future ideas and technologies, as a discouragement from past mistakes. This would be inspired by the actions of our last friend to the clique, who seemed to get attention from folks following him with earpieces. Retrogradient Bio: Age: 15.5, Height: 5"0.5, Interests in history, archaic weapons, scrapbooking, sewing for stuffed animals, making puppets. Next Track: The Paces and Friendship can do now.

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