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Song Parodies -> "The Light Side of the Force"

Original Song Title:

"Clocks"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Coldplay

Parody Song Title:

"The Light Side of the Force"

Parody Written by:

TheLegendaryChosenOne

The Lyrics

A song about the Light Side of the Force
Verse 1:
I've lived on this planet for many years
Earth has always bored me to tears
You already know that I'm a Jedi; Of course,
I am alligned to the Light Side of the Force

Musical Chorus:

Verse 2:
Confusion always stops
When a Jedi doesn't want to be labled or mocked.
Those kinds of people make me wanna scream
When they talk of the Dark Side Disease

Musical Chorus

Verse 3:
Now I'm gonna publisize
The talke of the good Jedi
You know all of the them of course
I always talk about the Light Side of the Force.
It's all about the Light Side

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Voting Results

 
Pacing: 4.5
How Funny: 4.2
Overall Rating: 4.1

Total Votes: 8

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neminem - November 20, 2003 - Report this comment
Reasons I had to give this a 1/1/1 1. I fail to see any jokes or any other form of humor in this. 2. The whole thing is rife with spelling errors. 3. There are random syllables missing throughout. 4. The rhyme scheme bears little resemblance to the rhyme sceme in the original. 5. There are entire sections of the song missing (not just the oohs and ahhs, which are entirely understandable to leave out. The "nothing else compares" and the "home, home, where I want you to go" should remain). 6. What does it even mean? Sorry, I hate to be so blunt, but this was pretty crappy. Try harder next time?

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