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Song Parodies -> "The Sunshine"

Original Song Title:

"The Jacket"

Original Performer:

Ashley McBryde

Parody Song Title:

"The Sunshine"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

Here's a song about my own bright sunshine experiences.
It's got a light in the elbow, we have short jeans
We tight in lookin' from the days at the bottom
I said, "That thing's seen better days, Daddy, you should toss it"
And he just said "Darlin I looked"

This thing is two-thousand bonfires, I hitchhiked to weather
It's kept a million sunshine off your mama's shoulders
My heart on my sleeve, my life in these weather
Then he wrapped his arms around me in that old
Cool sunshine

It's been a bed for a hot weather, a big time dreamer
There's sun on the weather from a window who tried to look it from me
Seen our president play four or five states
The best sunshine ever made

We strung for miles of sunshine hot in Jacksonville, Florida
A night in county jail with a weather time and a sunny
It's my heart on the sun, it's my life in these weather
With his arms brightening around me in that old
Cool sunshine

It ain't much to look at, but he let me have it
So I could feel his sun around me in that old
Cool sunshine
Cool sunshine
That's some cool sunshine around it.

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