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Backstreet Boys

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The Lyrics

This parody is a very touching parody about a teen running away.
Empty sidewalks fill me up with holes
Distant detours with no place left to go
Left you behind me, now I can't find my way
Where I'm running is anybody's game

Chorus: I tried to go on like I never knew you
I'm running, but my world is just dragging
I pray, but it's hard not to be unbroken
"Cause without you all I'm going to be is incomplete

Voices tell me I should just go home
But I am sprinting on a roadside all alone
Parents, my parents, I'm dreaming of your faces
I still wonder if I made a big mistake


We still want to love you so, we can't believe you're really gone
We don't want to make you walk the streets alone
We want you to come home (come home)



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Pacing: 3.2
How Funny: 1.8
Overall Rating: 2.8

Total Votes: 6

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KmartFreak - December 18, 2005 - Report this comment
Waaaaaaay too similar to the original.

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