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Song Parodies -> "Along Roadsides"

Original Song Title:

"Behind Blue Eyes"

Original Performer:

Limp Bizkit

Parody Song Title:

"Along Roadsides"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

No one knows what it's like, To be a trash man,
Picking up trash cans, Along roadsides,
And I don't know how it is, To have a real job,
Yeah, I'm a real slob,
And it's not too nice,
To have my dreams, washed down the toilet,
And no means of raising cash,
Our town is clean, But I'm still lonesome,
No satisfaction, My life is trash,

No one knows what it's like, To ride a truck,
Covered in muck, Along roadsides.

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Pacing: 2.3
How Funny: 1.8
Overall Rating: 2.2

Total Votes: 6

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 4   1
 5   0

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Tim Hall - August 24, 2004 - Report this comment
The original version of this song is by the Who
Jake A Ralphing (Luke Brattoni) - August 24, 2004 - Report this comment
Way too short to be parodied well, but you did a fine effort. And yeah, bands playing other people's songs should always result in the original being referred to.

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