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Song Parodies -> "Breakout"

Original Song Title:

"Thin Thing"

Original Performer:

The Smile

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The Lyrics

Breakout was America's favorite game that was made in 1976. So here is a tribute about the Atari "Breakout" video game ever.
Doing the big bricking
We go
As the dots go winning
For the breakers

Making blocks in order to break
Till they had to win it again

To a time of winning days
Winning days

Winning the paddles
In double quick team

The beginning at the end
Till they make the winners

First they will win the game off
And then all the blocks will break
And then the dot will break all the colors

But you won't notice

Our ballers doesn't hear us
Winning on a breakout
By its fingers

Making breakers out of dots
That's okay I guess
If you like this kind of, kind of break
This kind of break, break, break, breakout
These kind of paddles
These kind of winners
These kind of winners
This kind of break, break, break, break, breakout

Like this kind of out
Like this kind of break, breakout
Like this kind of break
Like this kind of break
Like these kind of winners
So let us win out the "Breakout".

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