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Song Parodies -> "Festive Days"

Original Song Title:

"Suburban Knights"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Festive Days"

Parody Written by:

Christopher Long

The Lyrics

Festive Days

Those festive days
Waited so long
In shop and office, we just can't wait to get home
“Still got shopping, shopping to do, a lot of shopping, shopping for me shopping for you”

Brandy cream, the Queens speech
Lots of mince pies, that is the seasonal rule
With that in mind, got weight to lose
My family and I, taking a post lunch snooze

Hear them all snoring

There's the cake you've forgotten
But it will not be denied
Just need a little time now
Now what's on satellite?

Festive nights,we like a lot
People are happy. Sing lots of songs we all sing
Lots of films they say. Ones we adore
But I don't want to watch them cos
I have seen them all before


Lots of garments, of different sizes
Lots of lovely gifts, still got one more surprise

This Xbox system is, it is paradise
Two controllers, one for left, one for right


There's the cake you've forgotten
Just keep it out of sight
Just need a little time now
Trousers are a bit tight

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