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Song Parodies -> "Pay Money I Must"

Original Song Title:

"Angels Fall First"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Pay Money I Must"

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The Lyrics

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A gangster tries shoot me
Behind a trashcan so filthy
He used to be my crush charm
He says: no more delay!
Give back money, you'll be safe
Or have forever those wound bundles.

Flee to somewhere?
To rescue me from the breathlessness and shame
Tears seem so lame
Fears of death fears of tears
Trying to beg just gets more hollow
Oh God why?
Pay money I must.

Can't escape his grip of WWE All-star
Or manoeuvre the plan of breaking his wrist
I'll never anymore get the glimpse of light
Penniless sends me out of sight.

Spare me a day.
Oh you kindly
Or an hour some
Give me time to gather my bucks
And run to you on daybreak.

Yesterday we were friends
Oh darn!
Today a gun pointed to my head
How elegant!
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Overall Rating: 3.0

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