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Song Parodies -> "Out There In The Snow"

Original Song Title:

"How Deep Is Your Love"

Original Performer:

The Bee Gees

Parody Song Title:

"Out There In The Snow"

Parody Written by:

Thomas Quelle

The Lyrics

I saw your face in the morning sun
And I was shocked ‚cause you had some fun
All the beer that I drunk last night with you
Made it possible to like you to

But you may not think that I like you now
After all that we had was so terrible

And it's you who have to go
Outside in the snow

You should go now, you should go
I don't care if it's cold
'cause I only want to kick you out
don't be too loud
I'm afraid the neighbour is coming out
You're a girl which she would laugh about

I was a fool with you
When I was drunk, I didn't know what to do
I was blind in my deepest darkest hour
When I kissed you, you tasted sour.
But you may not think that I care for you
'cause you know deep inside that it is not true
So it's time for you to go
Outside in the snow.

Guitar Solo

And you may not think that I give you a call
After all that we had was so terrible
And it's you who have to go
Outside in the snow

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Decade Police - September 09, 2003 - Report this comment
It came out in the 70s not 80s. Year was 1977. I think it was from the same album as Night Fever

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