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Song Parodies -> "Crappy Days are Here Again"

Original Song Title:

"Happy Days are Here Again"

Original Performer:

Standard

Parody Song Title:

"Crappy Days are Here Again"

Parody Written by:

Lucy Wooten

The Lyrics

Hello sad times
Such low bad times
You have come to me again

Hello bad times
Sunny glad times
You might as well have never been

Crappy skies are here again
The atmosphere is drear again
So let's cry into our beer again
Crappy days are here again.

Time to pout about it now
There's not one
Who can doubt it now
So let's come and whine about it now
Crappy days are here again.

My cares and troubles are great
I'm collapsing from their weight
And I frown...

Crappy days are here again
The atmosphere is drear again
So let's cry into our beer again

Crappy times
Crappy nights
Crappy days
Are here again.

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