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Song Parodies -> "I'm Still Missing You"

Original Song Title:

"I'll Be Missing You"

Original Performer:

P. Diddy

Parody Song Title:

"I'm Still Missing You"

Parody Written by:

Gari J

The Lyrics

Not a comedy or anything like that. This is a tribute song to both my Grandmothers one past away in 2003 and the other in 2007 was very close to both. They both passed away to cancer and I was in the hopsital to see them both pass away, that was the hardest thing ever This song is just to let out some stuff I got bottled up. . Feel free to rate and comment.
Seems like yesterday we had to see you go
Using this track so let it flow
Expressing an emotion I don’t want to show
Your reading this, want you to know that
Since the year of 2003
Too many people have been taken from me
Even though you’re gone, you’re still my team
Still my family, you’re all in my dreams
Got the future, in store for me
What it might hold just wait and see

But its been some time, since I lost both my Nans
Watch you checking out, being free of pain
Seem unreal, feelings hard to reveal
Don’t show anyone the pain I feel
Saw you take your last dying breath
I know you still living your life, after death


Living Day-by-Day, want to see your face
Every single day, but for now I’ll say
I’m still missing you
Thinking of the day, when you went away
Our hearts did break, why the lord did take.
We’re all missing you

Its kinda hard you’re not both around
But its okay I aint feeling down
Privilege knowing both of you
The best Nans, the two of you.
Know Someday we’ll meet again
In my heart is where I’ll keep you friends
Memories give me the strength I need to proceed
Strength I have to succeed
My thoughts with you all of the time
Cancer got you but your spirit lives on
When I was 6, give me money for crisps
Eating all the biscuits
And the sweets, that’s the pension you where on.
Memories of you live on
Give anything to hear half your breath
I know you both living you’re life’s, after death

somebody tell me why

Knew that morning
Knew your life was over
I knew
I’d seen your face

Every night I pray, every step I take
Every move I make, every single day
Every night I pray, every step I take
Every day that passes
Every move I make, every single day
Is a day that I get closer
to seeing you again
Every night I pray, every step I take
we miss you both.. and we wont stop
Every move I make, every single day
Cause we cant stop... that’s right
Every night I pray, every step I take
Every move I make, every single day
We miss you nan

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Pacing: 5.0
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Overall Rating: 5.0

Total Votes: 10

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Jeff Reuben - February 28, 2009 - Report this comment
Very nice tribute. I've been there in my own life.
Gari J - February 28, 2009 - Report this comment
Thanks Jeff
Mark Scotti - March 02, 2009 - Report this comment
Brilliant and touching, Gari. I lost both my paernts within the last 15 months, and I can relate to this greatly!
Joey - November 08, 2011 - Report this comment
I don't know how the original goes, but you get 3 fives. I feel very bad for you. I lost my great grandma and I loved her so much.

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