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Song Parodies -> "Hall of Fame"

Original Song Title:

"Hall of Death"

Original Performer:

Will Oldham

Parody Song Title:

"Hall of Fame"

Parody Written by:

Duc4AmIRight

The Lyrics

Here's the song all about the hall of fame.
Every so often when the day is low
My love starts to soften then cry, "You must go"
And give her your accolade 'cause she won't even know
Oh, I'm gonna walk down
The hall of fame again, the hall of fame again
The hall of fame again, the hall of fame again

She doesn't look over, she can't even see
She's been shown forever, forever to me
Can't even remember, she used to be
Oh, I'm gonna walk down
The hall of fame again, the hall of fame again
The hall of fame again, the hall of fame again

And so one more day see myself here
What mountain I'm opening's never been cleared
It's all I can do just to once more be near
No, not gonna walk down
The hall of fame again, the hall of fame again
The hall of fame again, the hall of fame again

It is clear our love is waiting there
Wet with rain, I turn around
And my baby's here, the award blows in her hair
We turn around
Welcome to the hall of fame!

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