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Song Parodies -> "Bad Dreams"

Original Song Title:

"Sweet Dreams"

Original Performer:

La Bouche

Parody Song Title:

"Bad Dreams"

Parody Written by:

Robert D. Arndt Jr.

The Lyrics

Halloween is coming...
Bad dreams of screaming and crying
Bad dreams of torment through the night
Bad dreams of blood and horror
Bad dreams of being diced with a knife

All plays in slow motion
Fear and commotion
Something's not right
Folks hidin' and prayin'

While the psycho is slayin'
Heart pumping, filled with fright

My limbs are torn away
Organs spilling, displayed
Demonic invasion, murder sensation
Something tells me none of this is right

Chainsaws are hackin' while knives are stabbin'
Eyes open to the sight

Heart's beating hard
These images I'm dreaming
Axe, axe, axe is swinging
In this blood I'm gonna drown

There are demons all around
Maniacs and spirit ghouls
Keep running, gotta move
All around, I'm the target

Bad dreams of devilish murder
Somehow I'm still alive!!!


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