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Song Parodies -> "Much Pain Flyin"

Original Song Title:

"Long Train Runnin"

Original Performer:

The Doobie Brothers

Parody Song Title:

"Much Pain Flyin"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

Just around that corner
It's not to far from here
You'll see them pires flyin'
Their reflections disappear
Without blood
Ware would you be now
Without blood

You heard about Miss Lucy
Out to get her slacks
She was stolen from her family
And Drac bit her in the back
Without blood
Ware would you be now
Without blood

It's The New Orleans special
If you seek blood loss that's great
Gotta' keep on movin' Mamma
Cause you know they attack late
Without blood
Ware would you be now - now, now, now
Without blood

Your heart just keeps on pumpin'
The head spins all 'round and round'
You know you've been bit cold and hard
If you feel yourself fall down
Without blood
Ware would you be right now
Without blood
ware would you be now

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