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Song Parodies -> "The Homsar Song"

Original Song Title:

"1901"

Original Performer:

Phoenix

Parody Song Title:

"The Homsar Song"

Parody Written by:

SpencerTheGriffinator

The Lyrics

Ever since I first heard Phoenix's "1901", there was one part where the lead singer was saying "Hey-ey-ey-ey-ey-ey-ey" in the chorus - change the long a sound to a short o sound and you've got Homsar!! "WAaAaAaAaA" So I always thought if there's gonna be a parody of this song it should be about Homsar!!! :D
VERSE 1:

All of his logic and sanity driftin' away
Past or present? Well, he is the Ghost of Christmas Past
Hear him saying some illogical phrase, like "I'm a song from the '60s", or "I was raised by a cup of coffee"
For a minute there, now I could tell that that was Homsar

CHORUS:

Well let us sing a song of Penzoil
He's goin' "Wa-a-a-a-a-a-a!"
Intepreting him's not so easy
It could take you all summer long
And he is one million ladies tall
He's goin' "Wa-a-a-a-a-a-a!"
He's just a friendly reminder
At least he'd like you to think so
Homsar, Homsar, Homsar, Homsar
Homsar, Homsar, Homsar, Homsar

VERSE 2:

Strong Sad, oh yeah, Strong Sad's his only friend
In the past and present, Homsar's asked "When can we watch the Jeffersons?"
Watch him building his Jenga-ship tower
Thought it wasn't gonna stay, since he said, "You shunk my Jenga-ship."
For a minute there, now I could tell that that was Homsar

(CHORUS)

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