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Song Parodies -> "My Thing Is Tomorrow"

Original Song Title:

"My Dear Country"

Original Performer:

Norah Jones

Parody Song Title:

"My Thing Is Tomorrow"

Parody Written by:

Johnny Nguyen

The Lyrics

'Twas the time and the school were out,
And everywhere they'd go, they shout,
And though I covered my eyes I knew,
They'd go away.

But fear's the only thing I saw,
And three days later 'twas clear to all,
That nothing is as scary as Friday.

But the day after is lighter,
And lighter and lighter it goes,
Who knows, maybe the plans will change,
Who knows, maybe he's not deranged.

The people know what they know, but they,
Know even less than what they say,
And I don't know who I can trust,
For they come what may.

'cause we believed in our assignment,
But even more it's the one we like,
I needed someone I could shake,
On Friday.

But the day after is lighter,
And deeper and deeper we go,
Who knows, maybe it's all a dream,
Who knows if I'll wake up and scream.

I love the things that you've given me,
I cherish you my thing is tomorrow,
But sometimes I don't understand,
The way we play.

I love the things that you've given me,
And most of all that I am be cool,
To have a song that I can sing,
On Friday.

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