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Song Parodies -> "Come On"

Original Song Title:

"Hold On"

Original Performer:

Good Charlotte

Parody Song Title:

"Come On"

Parody Written by:

John Spoof

The Lyrics

This world
This world is old
But if it's old
You don't need to know
That people are taking over the world
And nobody even cares
Your brother is gone and life smacks ya
You're slow, just move it move it
We have been out here and waiting for you
You know ya have to keep up with your crew

Come on, if ya want a break, say so
Come on, if ya need to rest, say so

The day is almost over and you have
And you have done nothing at all
Just tell us if your age is catching up to you cause ya should go no more
Just tell us if your age is catching up to you cause ya should go no more

We have been out here and waiting for you
You know ya have to keep up with your crew

Come on, if ya want a break, say so
Come on, if ya need to rest, say so
Keep on going cuz you're one step closer
Don't give up, it's not over
Come on

What are you waiting for
What are you waiting for
"Forget about me just go ahead"
GO AHEAD
What are you waiting for

Come on, if ya want a break, say so
Come on, if ya need to rest, say so
Keep on going cuz you're one step closer
Don't give up, it's not over... Come on

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