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Song Parodies -> "Call Me In October"

Original Song Title:

"Call Me When You're Sober"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Call Me In October"

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The Lyrics

about how a student have no college to go to because he never called the college to confirm his enrolling. written in the view of his principal
Don't cry to me
If you’ve no school
You would be here way back
You want it
go get it
Make up your mind
Should I watch you fall
Lose it all
So maybe you can fell regret, remorse
Can't keep helping you, I’m only
just spoiling yourself and I'm sick of your type
And you're too late


Couldn't take the news
Sick with stress
Must be exhausting to lose your college
Studiously mugging, no wonder you're a nerd
You can't hack computers to change
And you're too late


You never call me in october
You only want it cause it's over
How could you have burned your future
How could you now what you’re doing


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