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Song Parodies -> "I Need You Simon."

Original Song Title:

"Where Are You Christmas"

Original Performer:

Faith Hill

Parody Song Title:

"I Need You Simon."

Parody Written by:

Mrs Simone Cowell

The Lyrics

This is a song about the love of my life- Simon Cowell.
i need you Simon
i want to know you.
Don't try to hide away.
i want the insults
You give contestants
Why can't I hear your lovely voice?
It's you, i'm missing.
So hear my wishing.
I wish that would you love me too.
I need you Simon.
So please dump Terri.
Because i'm the one for you.
I'll protect you from harm.
I'm the only one fit for your arms.
Just hold on tightly and please don't let me go.
Simon, i'm here.
Here for you, oh.
Simon, i'm here.
If you care, oh

If there is love in your heart and your mind
You will love me all the time.
I love you Simon.
One day i'll find you.
I'll never lose my faith.

The joy of my love stays here inside you.
I'll fill that heart with love.
I need you Simon.
i'll Fill your heart with love
Feel free to comment on this song (no Insults (except if they're coming from Simon himself) no threats, no rants or raves and no complaints.

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