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Song Parodies -> "I Steal Grammy's"

Original Song Title:

"Come Away With Me"

Original Performer:

Norah Jones

Parody Song Title:

"I Steal Grammy's"

Parody Written by:

Michael

The Lyrics

I steal grammy's from Avril and the boss
I steal grammy's
For writing horribly bad songs

I steal grammy's in a flash
I steal grammy's cause I want to be famous
On your screen

I want to win again
In 2004
And makes sure Outkast can't win
or Eminem
So what if I am evil

I steal grammy's not deserved
Can't play the piano
I steal grammy's
And I won't stop till I get enough

And I want to have a mansion someday
With a ruby red roof
Where I'm safe with my awards
Not even deserved
To steal grammy's for Babs and Celine
I steal grammy's

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Andrew Darwitan - April 14, 2005 - Report this comment
NORAH STOLE GRAMMYS!!!!

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