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Song Parodies -> "Senioritis"

Original Song Title:

"Sunday Morning"

Original Performer:

Maroon 5

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The Lyrics

My version doesn't include that last part.
Senioritis, grades are fallin'
The teachers don't make any sense
I am drowning in a freakishly huge workload
You won't believe the sitch that I am in
Senior year's so crazy and the work is hard to do
And I'd gladly get out of that place and go if I knew
The date of the last day of school
The date of the last day of school

That may be all I need
It's the only remedy
There is to cure this cold disease
I've got major senioritis, and I really wanna leave

They say you'll get out in no time, ah yeah yeah yeah
But I'm thinking, "Not a chance"
It's like a nightmare or a bad thunderstorm
That just never seems to end

Chorus - repeat

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Pacing: 3.5
How Funny: 4.5
Overall Rating: 4.5

Total Votes: 2

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Dumb Ass Kid - May 19, 2005 - Report this comment
Quite funny and well written, but it's incomplete, so only a three for pacing 344

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