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Song Parodies -> "Two Workers"

Original Song Title:

"Two Ribbons"

Original Performer:

Let's Eat Grandma

Parody Song Title:

"Two Workers"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

Someone needs to go to work. We have two workers in place, and we need to pay attention to all of our listeners.
These places they stay but we're changing
Like two workers, still woven although we are going
Yeah we both held on so tight that we're in the office
Getting th eoffice that you see when you're taking off
Hold them close 'cause
It's been ages I know

'Cause I haven't thought for work of anyone but you
And I wanna look for themselves, I just want to be your best friend
Just like it always was
Just like it always was

Sometimes I become as everything at business
I'm bound to two works that I can't be a part of
I'm not brave
Like the phone that held onto me
To call my phone in that work
I can have to get the help of officers
But oh my love
The truth will look you but set you free

'Cause I haven't thought for months of officers but you
And I wanna find the answer but I can only be your best friend
And hope that that's enough
But I know that's not enough

Because there's nothing you can do at this time over
They say it's like the work that come down in October
Watch them wash away...
Watch them wash away...
Watch them wash away...
Watch them wash away...
We'll just like it was two workers.

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