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Song Parodies -> "Everyday Is Like Songpop"

Original Song Title:

"Everyday Is Like Sunday"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Everyday Is Like Songpop"

Parody Written by:

Fack Sabbath

The Lyrics

Judging slowly over the votes
Back to the bench where your points were eaten
hiding all the votes of all the points pressed
how you didn't wish you are not there

This is the ghost of Chelmsford
that they're used to open up
come on, nuclear wars

Everyday is like Songpop
where yourselves together again and again please
cos everyday is like Songpop
flapping doesn't own you a point anymore

Hard at work again on '90s Alternative'
then on 'Britpop' and then 'British Invasion'
you were the seaside town
that they're forget to close on
come on, Dexy's Midnight Runners

Everyday is like Songpop
when you meet up with the viewing public
please come on, Steve Lamacq please
will you speak on 'British Invasion'

If you're clearly tired of Songpop again
then go onto Pitchfork or Myspace then again
or maybe Bebo
or, or Twitter
or Twitter
or if i said BBC 6 Music with Mary Anne Hobbs

Everyday is like Songpop
when you are the voting inside of me
please come on, 'British Invasion' please
that everyday is like Songpop

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