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Song Parodies -> "I L-O-V-E Y-O-U"

Original Song Title:

"L-O-V-E"

Original Performer:

Nat King Cole

Parody Song Title:

"I L-O-V-E Y-O-U"

Parody Written by:

William Strader

The Lyrics

"I" is for the way that I "infect".

"L" the way I "Leave" your system wrecked
"O" Your email I'll "Open"
"V" My designed "Virus" is smokin'
"E" that's "Everyone" who's email with I'll have so much fun that...

"Y " Is who that I will mess with..."You"
"O" My "Original" Y2K dream come true
"U" Oh, "You" may hate me and...in your rage berate me,
but to your friends you can't complain 'cause I just sent your email down
the drain.

So... the next time you see "I love you"
Just hit reply and tell them
"Yeah well, same to you"

When together those words are really bad
Send them to a friend and they'll be sad
But those words.. won't be sent from me to you...
Those words were meant for me and you........
Those words...Don't ever send me
"I love you"...........

I nub nu!!!!!!!!!!!

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