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Song Parodies -> "Amazing Brace"

Original Song Title:

"Amazing Grace"

Original Performer:

John Newton

Parody Song Title:

"Amazing Brace"

Parody Written by:

Michael McVey

The Lyrics

Amazing brace, how firm the hold
That saved these teeth of mine.
They once were crooked,
But now are straight,
They are no longer out of line.

T'was the brace that helped my teeth get straight,
With the brace, my smile improved.
How glad I am to have gotten the brace,
My whole life is renewed!

Through many pains and tightenings
I have already gone,
The brace may hurt my teeth a bit,
But I'm glad at what they've done.

The dentist promised I would see
My teeth look really great.
I've already been asked out four times,
Though I used to get no dates.

When they've been in two hundred days
Setting my teeth so straight.
I'll finally have them taken out,
And I will feel so great!!!
1984, 2004 Michael W. McVeySpoofs and Parodies Yahoo Group

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Meriadoc - March 17, 2004 - Report this comment
It's late and my eyes are blurry, and at first I thought this was called "Amazing Bruce"! ;-D

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