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Song Parodies -> "The Gamer"

Original Song Title:

"The Red"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"The Gamer"

Parody Written by:

Joel Dent

The Lyrics

If you are a roleplayer, fanboy, movie geek, star wars geek, magic player, etc. you will understand
They say "geek", as you're singled out
and the spite, well it filters through

So go home, and type your speil
when those jocks, talk shit again
Talking shit again

These fools, don't seem to know
slip away, into your world
when asked, you geek right out
on films, or your card games

So go home, play D&D
with your friends, who play it too
yeah go out, and fight about
the faithfulness of X-men 2
They called you geek again
called you freak again
just don't understand
just don't understand!

They say geek
and you're singled out
but your smile,
well it filters through

Geeks of the world unite

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Total Votes: 1

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Adagio - September 20, 2003 - Report this comment
Good work on this!
la - September 20, 2003 - Report this comment
it sucked ass.

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