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Song Parodies -> "Log On Right to AmIRight (For Parodies)"

Original Song Title:

"You Gotta Fight For Your Right (To Party)"

Original Performer:

Beastie Boys

Parody Song Title:

"Log On Right to AmIRight (For Parodies)"

Parody Written by:

DarkJon64, Junior, and S.T.G.

The Lyrics

This is the trio, we have brought another rock-rap classic to it's knees by making it ours. HAHAHAHA-----From S.T.G.
I finished high school, and I'm finally home.
I try to go on-line, but my parents say, "No!"
No more classes, and no more books,
So I'm back on AmIRight with some catchy hooks.

Log on right to AmIRight for parodies.

Your mom caught you on-line and she said, "No way!"
That stinking witch is logged on here every day.
After typing no parodies for long.
AOL just deleted all the links to all my songs. (Aw crap!)

Log on right to AmIRight for parodies.

I've been typing so much my fingertips are bare.
I've been on the net so long I've got long hair.
I finally finished that par-o-dy
With my friends D-J, Xand & S-T-G

Log on right to AmIRight for parodies.
Log on right to AmIRight for parodies.

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Pacing: 4.8
How Funny: 4.2
Overall Rating: 4.3

Total Votes: 9

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