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Song Parodies -> "Everybody's Dead"

Original Song Title:

"Everybody's Fool"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Everybody's Dead"

Parody Written by:

Brady Twins

The Lyrics

This song is based on a girl who thinks her boyfriends dead and when he comes back, he kills all her friends...
Insane by nature
Icons of pure self-hatred
Just what he all need
More lies about a world that

You never love and never will be
You're a shame, don't you trick me
I know you've got everybody dead

Look here he comes now
Run out or stare in horror
Oh how, I hate you
No flaws when he's killing
But now I know he

Never want to talk to me
I don't know how you came back
But somehow you've got everybody dead

Without my friends where will I hide
Can't find sanctuary in your lies

I know the truth now
I know what you are
and I don't love you anymore

Why don't you go and let me be?
I don't know why you hate me
and somehow you've got everybody dead

Why don't you stop and look at me?
You're not real and you can't kill me
somehow now you're Everybody's Death.

Talk about a psycho and his ex-girlfriend.

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