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Song Parodies -> "Family Somewhere"

Original Song Title:

"Family Affair"

Original Performer:

Sly & The Family Stone

Parody Song Title:

"Family Somewhere"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

In a family somewhere, In a family somewhere
In a family somewhere, In a family somewhere
So wild grown legs I see
H body I've so much to learn
And another wild more hear and see
I ask thee how did I just earn

Mom different in human?
I see I now have blood
Bath rids dirt and jerms gone
I'll be missing mud

In a family somewhere, In a family somewhere
Spiderwebs wipe up them so
And there's stil searching this new life out
Thing to bend arm elbow, No body parts can be left out

I can't leave, I've much who what where?
So I must stay, cause I've been something else
I cant cry, I must try not frown
But I'm 'cryin already, 'cause I'm all broke down

In a family somewhere
In a family somewhere

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Pacing: 5.0
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Overall Rating: 5.0

Total Votes: 26

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