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Song Parodies -> "Fly Up"

Original Song Title:

"Ghost On"

Original Performer:

Angel Olsen

Parody Song Title:

"Fly Up"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

We'll flying is an important part when anybody had to reach the air. So our song is flying up to the top of the high sky that will do.
Tell me how I should look
How can this bird learn how to fly?
When should I believe the things you fly?
You change your mind from day to day

And I don't know if you can take such a good plane coming to you
And I don't know if you can travel a course than you're used to

I know I have my own flying
I often watching it, of course
The plane is with us, it plays a part
How can we change it? How do we start?

'Cause I don't know if you can fly for the sky with some fall
And I don't know if you can fly someone stronger than what goes up
And I can't fit into the plane that you're used to, I refuse to
I don't know if you can take such a good plane coming to you
Let's fly it into the air

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