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Song Parodies -> "I Never Really Cared"

Original Song Title:

"Trouble"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Coldplay

Parody Song Title:

"I Never Really Cared"

Parody Written by:

Dan Lauper

The Lyrics

This is darker senioritis.
Verse 1:
Now it's something
A bit more serious like Gamboa
You would ask me
If this was a stunt or I'd knew something if it'd ya

Verse 2:
The Spanish kids
Make me feel like I'm in a daycare
And in my 2nd (formally my sixth)
I'm surrounded by those who are never aware

Chorus:
And I never really cared whatsoever
My motivation never really picked up
I never really cared though I should
I'm reaching the end of my Boyhood

Verse 3:
In Video
I feel the urge to cry 'cause of the freezing
In the Math class
I'm stuck with out of my comfort-zoning

Singing
(Chorus)

Outro:
Where is the nurse's office? (x2)
I am NOT feeling well.
http://www.funnyordie.com/videos/415f6a0736/i-never-really-cared-parody-of-trouble-by-coldplay?_cc=__d___&_ccid=fctmo7.nszq8w

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