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Song Parodies -> "Twilight"

Original Song Title:

"Beat of My Heart"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Hilary Duff

Parody Song Title:

"Twilight"

Parody Written by:

thelastaurora

The Lyrics

Duff becomes Bella Swan.
To the beat of my
To the beat of my
To the beat of my heart

I'm thinking about,
Letting you in
I wanna give in,
Don't wanna give up.
Been looking around
I've finally found,
A vampire prince
The feeling of fangs
I went through a change,
The feeling is strange.
I want to drink blood
Right back in my range.
Not worried about anything else,
I'm waking up

To the beat of my,
To the beat of my,
To the beat of my heart.

[Chorus:]
The beat of my heart,
The pulse of my blood
My energy pumps
Come tear me apart
The beat of my heart,
Sweet smell of my blood
Elixir of life
Your saliva floods
To the beat of my,
To the beat of my,
To the beat of my heart,

The beat of my heart
The smell of my fart
The sight of my butt
You're right I have gut
I swear I'm not nuts
Just don't wanna part
I'll be your fruit tart
To the beat of my
To the beat of my,
To the beat of my heart,

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