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Song Parodies -> "Johnny Is Dead"

Original Song Title:

"Sunny Came Home"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Shawn Colvin

Parody Song Title:

"Johnny Is Dead"

Parody Written by:

Kyle Tope

The Lyrics

Johnny came home with a Colt 45
Jonny sat down on the couch
He loaded the gun and he shot his self
Johnny woke up with a mission

he says days go by I'm dreaming that
I'm walking on the edge
I close my eyes and jump right off the clif
And kill myself

Johnny came home with a noosed up rope
He hung it up high on the ceiling
He stood on a chair and he jumped right off
Johnny woke up with a vision

He says days go I don't why
I dream only of death
I close my eyes and drift off in the night
And pray to die

Get the knife and cut your self
Blood is good and veins are better
Shed the blood you know you can do it
Slit your wrists, go on and do it

Oh days go by I'm dreaming that
I'm walking on the edge
I close my eyes and jump right off the clif
And kill myself

Down the pills and hold on tight
Your world is Crumbling down
He was out there all alone and now he is dead
Johnny Is Dead
Johnny Is Dead

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