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Song Parodies -> "A Monster's Plea"

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Original Performer:

Christina Aguilera

Parody Song Title:

"A Monster's Plea"

The Lyrics

I SWEAR THIS MADE MY FRIEND SPIT MILK OUT HER NOSE.. Why? Because I told her to imagine Jeepers Creepers singing this at a wedding.
Look at me
You may think you see
The creature I am
But you'll never know me
In movie it's as if a play a part
Now I see
If I use a knife Ill scare the world
But I cannot scare my heart
Who is that creature I see?
Growling right back at me?
Must there be a sentimental me
I was hatched to hide?
Must I pretend that I
Eat human hide for all time?
When will the broken mirror show...
Who I am inside?
I am now in a world where I
Have to eat human hearts
And other body parts
But somehow
I will show the world
What's inside my exoflesh
And be refused for who I am
Who is that monster I see?
Howling right back at me?
Must there be a sentimental me
I was hatched too hide?
I won't pretend that I
Eat virgins for all time
When will my broken mirror show
Who I am inside?
Like crows with a need to know
The reason why
When will my broken mirror show...
Who I am inside?

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