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Song Parodies -> "Walking To High School"

Original Song Title:

"Burning Desire"

Original Performer:

New Monkees

Parody Song Title:

"Walking To High School"

Parody Written by:

Johnny Nguyen

The Lyrics

You got a wicked soul
that I can't control
And it feels like waking up
When you tell me that I'm yours.
And you've not sad
you go down to bus
Hold me baby and the bus calls out
my name 'cause honey
You are walking to high school
Hold me close and I can't feel the pain.
This student love's got my heart on a charm
Oh oh you're walking to high school

in the 5:00a.m. hour
out in the night sky
When I wake up
I can feel your heat surely all the time
On a big house
or in watching news
doesn't matter what I'm doing
You're what I need
Chorus You walking to high school...
In the heat of school
or in the heat of high
When I'm walking' 'round thinkin'
You're what I'm thinking of
Chorus You are walking to high school...

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