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Song Parodies -> "Snow White Tale"

Original Song Title:

"Snow White Queen"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Snow White Tale"

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The Lyrics

a story about snow white. verses are in snow white's POV, chorus and bridge in the evil stepmother's POV
Stoplight lock the door
Don't look back
escape in the dark
And hide from you
All of you

You'll never know the way your men have hunted me
I can't believe you'd want to kill me dead
You won't get me
No not ever

I am the fairest, not snow white no
There's nowhere to run, so let's just get it over
Soon I know I’ll be, fairest once more
Don't scream anymore snow white, cause all I want you dead

Wake up in a dream
Frozen fear
All your hands on me
I can't scream
I can't scream

I can't escape the twisted way you think of me
I feel you in my dreams and I don't sleep
I don't sleep


I can't take your life
Though nothing I live for is more tormenting
I'm losing my mind
And you just stand there and stare as you say she’s fair


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