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Song Parodies -> "Olmar's Song"

Original Song Title:

"Adam's Song"

Original Performer:

Blink 182

Parody Song Title:

"Olmar's Song"

Parody Written by:

GK (G™mMwZ LTrk KwlT)

The Lyrics

Inspired by the game Pikmin
I never thought I'd crash alone
A distant planet, who'd have known?
I traced the rubble to my ship
I saw my chances turn to sh*t

I found a part, can't pick it up
The choice is mine, 'fraid I'll screw up
Air's too compressed to go on
Just 30 days until I'm gone

(R)I found an onion and it came
to my side, commanded, it obeyed
get a whole bunch more and realize
with them I have a chance to survive
This world if I would really try
It's not over with them on my side
I now can't wait 'til I return
To get the credit that I've earned...

I never thought I'd do this good
Another few days, I'll leave this wood
say good bye to my little friends
They might want me to come back again

Theres so much stuff I tought them about
they won't forget me soon, I doubt
those monsters ate them every night
just work togather, you'll be alright


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