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Song Parodies -> "Saige Copeland (An American Girl)"

Original Song Title:

"XXX's And OOO's (An American Girl)"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Trisha Yearwood

Parody Song Title:

"Saige Copeland (An American Girl)"

Parody Written by:

AmericanGirlFan8998

The Lyrics

Homage to "An American Girl: Saige Paints the Sky"
Phone rings Mimi falls off the ladder her best friend lies
Good morning Saige Copeland
Go to school make up try to keep the artwork up
Between music and horses

[Chorus:]
She used to tie her hair up in ribbons and bows
Sign her paintings with her name
Got a painting of her horse in full color
She's gonna make it in her hot air balloon
She's an American girl
An American girl

Day of Beige dance second chance Saige needs a paintbrush
And a adorable dog
Fix the painting ride a horse really isn't all that hard
If Saige Copeland gets paid

[Chorus]

Well she's got her horse and she's got good painting abilities
Chrissa Maxwell and Samantha Parkington

[Chorus]

She's an American girl
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