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Song Parodies -> "That's How I Beat Max (300)"

Original Song Title:

"That's How I Beat Shaq"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Aaron Carter

Parody Song Title:

"That's How I Beat Max (300)"

Parody Written by:

Ten Second Braeden

The Lyrics

This song is about passing the song "Max 300" in Dance Dance Revolution. It's rated a level 10, and is 300 BPM.
The steps go, the steps go
The steps go a little something like this

Step It!
Raise the BPM
come on
Speed it up
Raise the BPM

Hey, check it out
Guess what happened last night
(Somethin' Impossible)
I was at the arcade
Just playing some games
(such as DDR)
I heard this fast song
What the heck could it be
What's the BPM
It was 1203.
It was Max 300
(What? Never heard
(How "bout I try to pass, on heavy mode?)
I said it, why not, give it a try
But when I beat it real good
My score will fly!

(You're trying to attack
(Really hard song from DDR MAX?)
Yeah, 10 footer from the heavy mode
(Wondering if I pass)
I knew I could pass it
Beat the Max, psyche it out
I said I, will pass this song now
Pick my song, then it begins
Pay attention, this is how I win…

CHORUS
It's like step (step)
I'm stepping on the pad
Like stomp (stomp)
I heard the crowd screaming
out jump (jump)
Check out my perfect attack
Cuz that's how I beat Max
x2

So, Check it out
Had a hundred combo
Song was comin' to a stop , starting going slow
I was missing the steps
I was racking up "Boo"'s
I knew that there was a way that
I was gonna lose

I had a plan, I would count the beats
I said everyone, just watch my feet
They looked down, It stopped being slow
I'm passing this song, now watch me go
300 Combo, nothing but score
Kicking this song out the door
Missed two steps, I finish up
I'm not really nervous
Cuz I already passed

Chorus

Perfect after Perfect
Great after Great
Watch now as my feet
Accelerate
x2

Everyone was shocked
couldn't believe that I passed
(They just thought, how long could he last)
One more second, till my score was displayed
The screen comes up
Got a Double A!
I must admit that I missed a few
I Got 30 greats
And then a couple of boos.
On this song, I knew I could win
Maybe I
will someday pass again!

The crowd went nuts
And then everyone cheered
Then I heard a noise
And my alarm clock appeared
(Get up for school, you're gonna be late!)
Ma, can't you see that I'm playing DDR?
(How could you be playing DDR in bed?)
(Are you gettin' sick, did you hit your head?)
Aw, man it was just fake
I guess that song I could never AA.

If it was a dream and I never played

How'd my Max 300 record say AA?

Chorus

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Jacob Pacek - March 21, 2007 - Report this comment
Hi i love this song cuz' i love Thats How I Beat Shaq
DJ Blaze - May 28, 2009 - Report this comment
Simply put: This song is a testament to all DDR fans out there, an anthem to those that have always wanted to pass Max 300. You, sir, are the god of DDR-related parodies, P.S. I beat Max 300.

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