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Song Parodies -> "Departure Song"

Original Song Title:

"Adam's Song"

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Parody Song Title:

"Departure Song"

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The Lyrics

This song is about me with someone that my parents don't know and on May 23, I had to stop being with him until i'm 21 for safety reasons according to my parents.
Back in may of '21 I had to depart from a minecraft group
because my parents don't know that dude in New York if I live in Florida
I told him that to wait for se-ven years for me to reunite with him
In 2028, I'll reunite with the dude in New York

I'm gonna come back to him when I'm 21 for safety reasons now
It'll take 7 years to get
that far until he's now eight-
teen years old so I can be with him
Just like adults from around the world
I cannot wait when I'm 21 to meet that dude in New York again

I will forget to be alone to be with my real friend in F L
Midway through my departure now, I'll never be with him until i'm twenty-
one for safe-ty reasons or they think I am going insane
In F L with him now, I just did this cause my parents said so

(Instrumental bridge)

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AmIRightHead07 - June 16, 2021 - Report this comment
I forgot to say that and by '21, I mean the year 2021 and by F L, I mean the state of Florida. And me and the New York dude met each other online.

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