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Song Parodies -> "My Red Shirt"

Original Song Title:

"My Blue Suit"

Original Performer:

Matt Sweeney

Parody Song Title:

"My Red Shirt"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

Here's a song all about my red shirt.
You look better in my red shirt
Than I do

Happily, I throw my shirt up
Fully, I have to wear here
You can have my every footstep
And claim them, loan them, free and clear
As long as you will hold your time up
Make a sturdy step and walk it
Roll me in a little ball
And shove me fully in your pocket

You look better in my red shirt
Than I do

I will whisper in your ear
And no one ever has to look
Fully, I support you here
And I will love you as you go
As you go

You look better in my red shirt
Than I do

Now you're around, now looking
Like yours and mine, united fight
We combine then all our big time
Emanating bursts of time
We go off and look together
I am naked, you're in blue
You really wear my red shirt better
You wear it smarter than I do
Than I do

You look better in my red shirt
Than I do
You look better in my red shirt
Than I do
Well I look comfortable in my red shirt.

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