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Song Parodies -> "I Still Kissed Someone"

Original Song Title:

"I Still Miss Someone"

Original Performer:

Johnny Cash

Parody Song Title:

"I Still Kissed Someone"

Parody Written by:

Michael Pacholek

The Lyrics

Aside from a line in "Finding Amiright," this is the first time I've specifically gone after the Kentwood Coquette. Hey, Britney! You released another album that sucks! "Oops! I did it again!"
At the store, my sales are fallin'.
And oops, look what I've done.
Onstage here comes Madonna
and I still kissed someone.

I go out on a party
to have a little fun
but their laughs are dark and cold
'cause I still kissed someone.

I never got over that "Crossroads."
Don't see it anywhere.
I miss those arms of Justin
and stupid curly hair.

I wonder if she's sorry
or thinks Christina's dumb.
I feel limp as a biscuit
and I still kissed someone.

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Royce Miller - October 12, 2003 - Report this comment
Used to know someone who was a musician and sang this song in his gigs--I like your version.

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