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Song Parodies -> "Flabber's Song"

Original Song Title:

"Gollum's Song"

Original Performer:

Emilana Torrini

Parody Song Title:

"Flabber's Song"

Parody Written by:

Flabber's No.1

The Lyrics

Copyright of Peter Jackson, you know. I felt pretty sad when Flabber got sucked back into the pipe organ in the beetleborgs episode borgslayer, so i wrote this song about
i once was out

now i am in

I once was free


but now i'm not

don't say woo hoo

I say, i didn't try

these tears i cry

are falling leaves

of all the gifts you gave me

Will break my free

and i weren't ment to be so alone

I am trapped

you have to make me....let free

So in the end, you will be, what you will be

No phasm friend

was ever there for me

These tears you cry

are magic rain

Bring back the love

that broke me free

And i wait, when i face the end alone

I am trapped

you've gotta to make me...be free









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