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Song Parodies -> "Roy's Son Is Gay"

Original Song Title:

"I Run Away"

Original Performer:

Britney Spears

Parody Song Title:

"Roy's Son Is Gay"

Parody Written by:

Chris Bodily TM

The Lyrics

Based on the episode of "Wings" where Roy's son, RJ, lets everybody know that he is gay, but his dad can't quite swallow the pill.
**Roy Biggins, owner of the Nantucket Airport on "Wings"**

You look so straight, not gay, you pest
Cello's a chance to kiss a babe

**RJ Biggins, Roy's gay son**

You don't know the truth, 'twill make it easier
I hope when time goes by you'll understand

Let's remember I'm your son
I told you I'd play the cello for Helen, but
Open my eyes, look deep inside
Roy's son is gay, Roy's son is gay, Roy's son is gay


I'll throw it all away, so blind
Hetero is not you, makes me cry
Now I know the tears won't lead to a crazy mess
RJ, when time goes by, I'll understand

CHORUS - repeat

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