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Song Parodies -> "Hey Rarity"

Original Song Title:

"Hey Jealousy"

Original Performer:

Gin Blossoms

Parody Song Title:

"Hey Rarity"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics


Tell me do you think it'd be alright
If I could give you gems tonight
You could see I'm a baby dragon
But I've got some love to share
I know that my love for you's been missed
I mean we've never even kissed
If I hadn't blabbed about my crush on you
You might not know I care


Tomorrow we can drive through Canterlot
Check out the fashions that they've got
I might be small but my love for you's bigger than the clouds
Hey Rarity
Hey Rarity
Hey Rarity
Hey Rarity


You can trust me to be nice
I'll be better than Blueblood
You can expect so much more from me
'Cause I'm no stick in the mud
And all I really want's to be with you
Just to be your Spikey-Poo
If I hadn't blabbed about my crush on you
You'd be with me now, too

(guitar solo)


Hey Rarity
Look into my eyes
My love for you's not defined by size

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