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Song Parodies -> "Why She Said 'Seven Days'"

Original Song Title:

"Why They Call it Falling"

Original Performer:

Leanne Womack

Parody Song Title:

"Why She Said 'Seven Days'"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

Leanne Womack vs. Samara from The RIng...
1. It's just watching, then it's freeaky;
Then it's altogether creepy.
Then she calls you; and it takes away your air...

Next there's static, then there's nothing;
And your health will fade for one thing.
It's like one day; you know she'll give you a scare...

But why she said "Seven Days"?
Why she said "Seven Days"?
Why she said "Seven Days," who can know?

2. In her fashion, there's no laughter;
But a nosebleed four days after.
You just knew that; she would come and burn your arm...
Every night, you'd see the fly buzz;
And the horse's eye just because...

You're just certain, that it's Hades you have found...

(repeat chorus)

3. But you can't live your life, coughing electrodes;
And sooner or later, out the TV she goes...

She'll take your life, stop your heart;
Your neck will fall apart...
Then she'll put you, in a position of gloom...

It's a well, like a cave, it's dark, dank, and depraved;
But she'll move on, and she'll kill somebody new...

And why she said "Seven Days," Why she said "Seven Days" why she said "Seven Days," now you know....

Why she said "Seven Days" why she said "Seven Days," now you know...
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