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Song Parodies -> "My Life"

Original Song Title:

"The End"

Original Performer:

My Chemical Romance

Parody Song Title:

"My Life"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

This is like... a Gerard thats VERY happy for himself.
Now look up look up to my wonderful face
I am not wearing makeup I just got the face
So take all the pictures you want caus' im so hot
You might wake up and notice I’m someone you love

If you look in the mirror and just love what you see
You can find out firsthand what it's like to be me
So get an operation so you can look exactly like me
I'd encourage when I smile I'll expect you will cry

Another contusion, my wonderful face
Here's my comeback, please look at my space
You've got front row seats to the good looking guy
When I grow up I want to be every thing ooh!

I said hoooot, yeah!
I said hoooot, yeah!

C'mon C'mon C'mon I said
(See me!) Give me the jewelry over there
(See me!) Too good looking for you
(You can't!) Im much better than you are
(Take me!)

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