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Song Parodies -> "Unlistenable"

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Original Performer:

Clay Aiken

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The Lyrics

Am I annoying, or what?
Just a little weed on the music charts
Am I totally gay?
Who cares if I am
'Cause I whine so damned much in my songs
That I bother both men and women equally


I know I'm unlistenable
Watch your blood pressure rise when I sing
It's really incredible
That I still have a deal
My contract's unbreakable
Which is bad news for all you poor "fans"
I must be the luckiest man
If I were unlistenable
(Wait...I already am)
See you wince when I sing
You cry out in pain
You wish you were deaf
Or that I'm William Hung
How could Ruben beat me?
Wish I knew who you guys voted for
Then I'd "serenade" all Ruben fans 'til they screamed


I warm up
But you don't want to hear me
I can see you run out
Everytime you see me
Does Michael Jackson face this
Or is it maybe just me?


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