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Song Parodies -> "Lies"

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Original Performer:

Brandon Hillary

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Parody Written by:

Brandon Hillary

The Lyrics

why cant i
escape those lies
your havin such a good time
destroyin me inside

you always think about yourself
and i always think about you
now uv pushed me to the side
and your cutting me in 2

i always dream about u
and i always try
to impress u day after day
but u always pass me by

i thought i had fallen in love
i thought it was true
but i guess u nvr realized
im crazy about u

what is goin on today
i cant escape from yesterday
and i just thought id hav to say
tomorros gonna b just the same

i always dream about u
and i always try
to impress u day after day
but u always pass me by

i always heard about u
and the horrible things u do
and i never thought it through
cuz thats how much i love you (repeat)

Now i never dream about u
and the horrible things you do
now i kno its true
i cant believe i thought i loved you

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