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Song Parodies -> "Love You"

Original Song Title:

"Thank You"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Love You"

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The Lyrics

My head is spaced out, wonder why I got a buzz last night
The morning is pain, I don't remember you at all
and even if I did I'd have nothing to say, but I feel tall and think bout'
How you remind me that I'm not so bad, I'm not that bad

I got plastered last night, nothing to say, I felt a pain
missed you and it'll be worse today, I won't hate you again
and even if I did then you'd imply that I might not last a day
and then you hate me and I feel so bad, feel so bad

and I want to love you and give you the best day of your life
Oh just to see you is making me think about a wife

Push my buttons I'm mad and I feel black and blue
Then you gave me that rose and I only felt more blue
and even if I stayed now, I wouldn't have a clue
because I hate you

I want to love you for being my life
oh just to see you and your my next wife

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