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Song Parodies -> "Isn't The Sugar Missing?"

Original Song Title:

"Missing"

Original Performer:

Evanescence

Parody Song Title:

"Isn't The Sugar Missing?"

Parody Written by:

KaylanR

The Lyrics

It's a bit dodgy
Please, please forgive me
for I spilt your tea again
Maybe someday when I wake up
I'll be concious enough not to spill it
''Isn't the sugar missing?''

You will rage for my mistake I know
maybe I only receive a soft blow.
Am I that bad at making it?
Do I spill the tea eveytime?
''Isn't the sugar missing? Why is this cup missing a saucer?''

And If my tounge burns, It'll burn
knowing it's all my fault.
And If I sleep, with the tea spilt on me,
and I'll wake with tea in my hair.
Isn't the sugar missing? Why is this cup missing a saucer?
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