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Song Parodies -> "Weatherman"

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Original Performer:

3 Doors Down

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Parody Written by:

Alex and Boris Feigin

The Lyrics

This one is about the trials and tribulations of a TV weatherman.
I took a walk around the park to ease my troubled mind,
I left my sandals laying somewhere in the sands of time.
I watched the cloud float to the dark side of the moon,
I feel there is nothing I can do, yeah.

I watched the cloud float to the dark side of the moon,
After all I knew it had nothing to do with you.
I hope you don't mind what happens now and then,
As long as it doesn't rain on weekends.

If I go crazy, then will you still call me Weatherman?
If I predict it well, will you be there, watching me rant?
I'll keep you nice and dry with my Weatherman might, Kryptonite.

The wind is strong, the wind is weak,
But that high pressure ridge will keep.
You took for granted all the times I never let you down.
You stumbled in and bumped my head,
If not for me, then you would be wet.
I made you pick up that umbrella off the ground.


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