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Song Parodies -> "Be Gone"

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Original Performer:

Avril Lavigne

Parody Song Title:

"Be Gone"

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The Lyrics

Tell me what were you thinking
What the hell were you singing
Oh come on now,
you know what you just did
maybe you should stop copying
maybe you should stop singing for a second.
Shut up, listen to us

You're so obvious,
you're so idiotic
and now you wonder why,
we asked you be gone
you won't apologize,
you don't even realize,
you screwed it up this time
now you just won’t be gone

I'm just trying to let you know,
you really think that you're special,
oh come on now,
I've seen so much better,
did you actually think that you’re hot
Don't know if you want to go there,
oh come on now,
keep on, keep on dreaming.


If you want to be my idol
you know you can't play games
and you know what I mean
sorry but you don't get my advice
I'm gone you're still dreaming about being
Britney over and over and over and over and over again.

chorus X2

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