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Song Parodies -> "Take Avril Away"

Original Song Title:

"Take Me Away"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Avril Lavigne

Parody Song Title:

"Take Avril Away"

Parody Written by:

thelastaurora

The Lyrics

i'm sick of her, take her away!
I cannot find a way to describe it
It is so bad
All I do is laugh
I wish that you would just go away
What would you sing
You sing if you act
like a dumb blonde

All the shit
I thought I heard
All the songs lead back to you
Back to what
you once had been
now you’re changed
to a barbie
I can't handle your betrayal
I'm unable come and take her away

I feel like
nobody likes you
All by yourself how will you get around this
your words are lame
I don't want to hear you sing
If you don’t change
people will get sick of you
if they’re not sick already

chorus

you’re going nowhere on and on and
I'm getting nowhere on and on and on
you’re going nowhere on and on and off and on and off and on

chorus

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♥Ana♥ - November 30, 2007 - Report this comment
This is bad... I mean its good, but also the tune isn't the same, but oh well, its NOT so good. But oh well again

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