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Song Parodies -> "Senior Week"

Original Song Title:

"Put Your Arms Around Me"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Senior Week"

Parody Written by:

Dan Lauper

The Lyrics

Wrote this sweet tribute to Senior Week not too long ago before graduating this past June.
Verse 1:
It's just so hard to believe
That we are coming to the end
Of our high school tenure
So shocked to see how time could bend
Through the Homecomings, the Sadies, Battles of the Sexes
Has the Scarlet Witch unleashed more hexes?

Now we've come to Senior Week
After crowning Prom King
The fact that we've made it is just too crazy
Here we are in Senior Week
Feels like Downtown Disney
Walking down Orlando in a jiffy

Verse 2:
Starting off with Grad Nite
That will go on without any fight
Follow that with the Assembly
Capped off with the yearbook distributing
Don't forget the barbecue
Where most of the signatures, they take place
Senior Pranks are a blast


Just a few short weeks till graduation
Where we'll be enshrined as a celebration
We'll be at the Thomas & Mack Center
Where we will officially start over

Right after Senior Week

(Chorus x2)

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