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Song Parodies -> "Weird Day"

Original Song Title:

"Landslide"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Dixie Chicks

Parody Song Title:

"Weird Day"

Parody Written by:

Amy

The Lyrics

Grabbed my hair and I pulled it out
Tried to fly but I fell down
and I saw my best friend marry Pierre Bouvier
Yeah this weird day makes me want to barf

Oh piegon flying high
I'm not your potty
Can't you see I'm already wet
From when I peed on myself

Can I please change my clothes
For I'm stinking really bad
Will this hemroid go away
on such a weird day

no way, no way, no way, no way

Well, I went to the mall with only a dollar
and my mom says Billy from GC's a freak
Why does everyone have to judge me
on such a weird day
I'm just a kid they say

grabbed my hair and i pulled it out
tried to fly but i fell down
and i saw my best friend marry pierre bouvier

well someday, well someday, well someday,

the weird day will go away

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