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Song Parodies -> "A New Day"

Original Song Title:

"Played Out"

Original Performer:

Sturgill Simpson

Parody Song Title:

"A New Day"

Parody Written by:

Duc4AmIRight

The Lyrics

Here's a song all about my own new day.
New big day
And here comes the lead
Been lookin on new owners
To hold back the day
Puttin out our own station
Lettin' it drain
Have my new ownership
Still stay the same with it
Been pushing too hard
And going insane
Lord don't let this journey
Be all in vain

'Cause I'm a new day
Down to my station
This owner feeling
Is startin' to grow
It's the new ownership
You ever saw
A new day and looking
Great, happy and good

Staying up on the owners
Tryin to keep the new time
Shoulder is looking
I'm wearin down
New owners is decent
And I don't hear the days
After five days and nights
Following his sound
Team done went silent
He's nowhere to be found
Oh wait I see him
Lying there on the ground

Oh he's a enw day
Look stuck and get raw
Brian plum all to the days
He's done worn off his times
Then ol' Steve let out
His last dying bay call
So I dug him a time
And covered it all
We have a new day for it all.

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