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Song Parodies -> "Darren Hayes"

Original Song Title:

"Come What May"

Original Performer:

Moulin Rouge

Parody Song Title:

"Darren Hayes"

Parody Written by:

Nili C.

The Lyrics

This parody is about an obsessive Darren Hayes fan.
Never knew he could sing like this
Like I've never heard a sound before
Want to vanish inside my seat
Every minute is just like Heaven
Listen to him now, can you hear him sing
Telling me to get down and "dirty" with him?
Seasons may change- winter to spring
But I'll love him, until the end of time

Darren Hayes
Darren Hayes
I will love you until my dying day

Suddenly there's no room in my CD case
Suddenly Darren's CD's take all the space
Suddenly my wall's covered with his face
It all revolves around him
And there's no mountain too high, no river too wide
That will keep me from seeing him in concert
Storm clouds may gather and stars may collide
But I love him, until the end of time

Darren Hayes
Darren Hayes
I will love you until my dying day
Oh, Darren Hayes
Darren Hayes
I will looooooove you, I will love you
Suddenly, I changed my pet's name to Stanley

Darren Hayes
Darren Hayes
I will love you until my dying day

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