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Song Parodies -> "Don't Get Chrissa Wrong"

Original Song Title:

"Don't Get Me Wrong"

Original Performer:

The Pretenders

Parody Song Title:

"Don't Get Chrissa Wrong"

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The Lyrics

Homage to Chrissa Maxwell from "An American Girl: Chrissa Stands Strong" which aired on HBO in 2009
Don't get Chrissa wrong
If she's looking kind of dazzled
She sees neon lights
Whenever they walk by

Don't get Chrissa wrong
If they say hello and she takes a ride
Upon a sea where the mystic moon
Is playing havoc with the tide
Don't get Chrissa wrong

Don't get Chrissa wrong
If she's acting so distracted
She's thinking about the fireworks
That go off when you smile

Don't get Chrissa wrong
If she splits like light refracted
She's only off to wander
Across a moonlit mile

Once in awhile
Two people meet
Seemingly for no reason
They just pass on the street
Suddenly thunder, showers everywhere
Who can explain the thunder and rain
But there's something in the air

Don't get Chrissa wrong
If she comes and goes like fashion
She might be great tomorrow
But hopeless yesterday

Don't get Chrissa wrong
If she falls in the 'mode of passion'
It might be unbelievable
But let's not say so long
It might just be fantastic
Don't get Chrissa wrong

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