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Song Parodies -> "Milli Vanilli Was Really Homely"

Original Song Title:

"Show Me the Meaning of Being Lonely"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Backstreet Boys

Parody Song Title:

"Milli Vanilli Was Really Homely"

Parody Written by:

S.T.G.

The Lyrics

Milli Vanilli was really homely.

A poppin' group who lip-synched their songs.
Faked their moves, were high on drugs.
Way back then, in the 90's.
10 years.
Rob and Fab, were two dancers though.
Faked their songs, even though it blowed.
Lip-synching hits, now one's dead,
But we say.

Milli Vanilli was really homely.
Sucked at songs, but had good beat here.
Tell me why, they appear on Where Are They Now.
There's something missing in their art.

Life goes on, even though Rob's ended.
They sang great, started up a trend.
In fruit-boy groups, who lip-synch at concerts.
Guilty rogues, their grammy's gone.
There was control, don't know where they are.
He sniffed cocaine, 'till he was blown!!!!
Milli is gone.

One is dead, the other's lonely.
On Behind the Music, they seemed so doped up.
Don't know why, their careers ended so bad.
They really made the Time mag mad.

There's no albums done,
Fab has no place to go.
Rob lost his heart, his mind, and soul.
How can it be,
They're wanting me to feel the things,
They never sang.

Something's missing in their art.
Tell me why their old CD isn't in stores!

Milli Vanilli was really homely.
Sucked at songs, but had good beat here.
Tell me why, they appear on Where Are They Now.
There's something missing in their art.
Milli Vanilli was really homely.
Sucked at songs, but had good beat here.
Tell me why, they appear on Where Are They Now.
There's something missing in their art.

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Matthwala Quincy Ishmael (?) - April 28, 2003 - Report this comment
I didn't read this song, but the title made me laugh my ass off!
Alicia - March 17, 2004 - Report this comment
Funny parody. I actually liked the songs that were attributed to them, though. Well, most of them.
bs - September 27, 2004 - Report this comment
what bullshitter fake
Maria - December 27, 2004 - Report this comment
I don't think the fake Vanillis were homely but the real "Milli Vanilli"? Now they were really, really homely. But all involved helped promote some truly terrible music.
Rebecca - June 11, 2010 - Report this comment
I agree with Maria. The real singers of Milli Vanilli were very homely.

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