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Original Performer:

Alanis Morissette

Parody Song Title:

"He's Uninvited"

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The Lyrics

Like any comedian would be.
I am flattered by how people view me.
Like any respected big star.
I simply want to be me and sing in the car.

'But James, you're not allowed.
'You're uninvited.'
I'm an unwelcome sight.

It must be oddly entrancing.
To sing and perform.
But it's heartbreaking.
To hear people cheer and cheer.
I like musicals, I like to sing.
I want to please join in.

'But James, you're not allowed.'
'You're uninvited.'
'An unwelcome sight'.

'We don't like you, James Corden.'
'we find you to be grating.'
I get cast in musical films, it's not always the case.
I just so happen to be there.

'But James, you're not allowed.'
'You're uninvited'.
'An unwelcome sight.'

Please I don't want you to hate me.
I need a moment to elaborate.

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