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Song Parodies -> "Long Live Valentina"

Original Song Title:

"Živela Jugoslavija"

Original Performer:

Lepa Brena

Parody Song Title:

"Long Live Valentina"

Parody Written by:

Roblox Awesome Parodys

The Lyrics

Because no one made a parody of any Lepa Brena song, It's about time i make one. And it's basically a song that praises French Junior Eurovision singer and Kids United member Valentina Tronel
When I look at this girl's face
Her voice, Her costume
All of the beauty that this girl offers
And all the words I knew to say
I wrote it in my heart
Long Live Valentina

The French singer I adore
And my one and true queen
And they knew her worldwide
We love you our princess
We will praise you until we die
Long Live Valentina

She came from the land of Breton
Our proud singer
Like heroes that knew her worldwide
A proud land to have her
She'll be remembered for centuries
Long Live Valentina

Long Live Valentina

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