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Song Parodies -> "Tweet Dreams"

Original Song Title:

"Beat It"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Michael Jackson

Parody Song Title:

"Tweet Dreams"

Parody Written by:

John Davison

The Lyrics

[seven gongs, then siren]

They told me “Never act dumb around here
You have to take a stand or else you’ll disappear
There are millions online who’d love to kick you in the rear
So Tweet it, just Tweet it”

You’d better find a subject that you scarcely understand
Don’t just sit upon the fence go draw a line-in-the-sand
You wanna look tough, send a message to your fans
So Tweet it, you may start a new fad
Just Tweet it (Tweet it), Tweet it (Tweet it)
Those who engage will Retweet it
Showing your message is sharp as a sword
Telling admirers that you’ve struck a chord
Just Tweet it (Tweet it),
Tweet it (Tweet it)
Just Tweet it (Tweet it),
Tweet it, oooh

The Internet’s a jungle where you’ve gotta look cool
Don’t wanna be a nerd don’t want to seem a fool
You may generate responses and a few will seem cruel
Delete it, or Retweet it

You have to show the world that you’re conscious and woke
Prepared to stand your ground yet glad to giggle at a joke
They may follow and support you
Pretend they really care
So Tweet it, maybe add a hashtag?

Just Tweet it, Tweet it, Tweet it, Tweet it
No viewpoint ought to be secreted,
Run into wind as you fly your kite
It really don’t matter if you’re wrong or right
Just Tweet it, Tweet it, Tweet it, Tweet it
Act smug and you’ll seem conceited,
Relax in the sun and then argue all night
It really don’t matter if you’re wrong or right
Just Tweet it, Tweet it, Tweet it,
Tweet it, Tweet it, Tweet it

Tweet it, Tweet it, Tweet it

Tweet it, Tweet it, Tweet it

[guitar break]

Tweet it, Tweet it, Tweet it, Tweet it,
Hoping that tempers get heated
Run into wind as you fly your kite
It really don’t matter if you’re wrong or right
Just Tweet it, Tweet it, Tweet it, Tweet it
No writer wants their words deleted
Relax in the sun and then argue all night
It really don’t matter if you’re wrong or right
Just Tweet it, Tweet it, Tweet it,
Tweet it, Tweet it, Tweet it
Act smug and you’ll seem conceited,
Pumping out fiction dressed-up as fact
Calling out nonsense, ’til someone gets sacked
Just Tweet it, Tweet it, Tweet it, Tweet it,
No writer wants their words deleted
Relax in the sun and then argue all night
It really don’t matter if you’re wrong or right
Just Tweet it, Tweet it
Tweet it
A hashtag is a keyword preceded by the # symbol popularised by the website Twitter.com that helps users to locate messages of likely interest to themselves, their associates, or their employer. To Retweet a message found on the platform may increase the reach of the original message or may serve as a reminder of an historic statement or image (sometimes to highlight inconsistency or foresight). It frequently implies endorsement of the opinion expressed in the initial Tweet, although that might well be denied if controversy arises e.g. from journalists, lawyers, traditional allies, relatives, or employers.

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