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Song Parodies -> "Run Away"

Original Song Title:

"The Two EP's - Flag Song"

Original Performer:

Rock n Roll Soldiers

Parody Song Title:

"Run Away"

Parody Written by:

BBB

The Lyrics

Now when u get dumped with your hands turned back
And theres nothin but a person going ha ha ha ha ha ha.
Find no game play no fair find a person, tare his hair
And when your done you start walkin on a nation.

Chorus
Oh let the single men rule (yeah yeah yeah)
Plans to take over the school
Now that the damage is done let me say good bye
Over the Ocean try to catch me now

Try to catch me, I'm In Iceland oh no my ship just got broke
It wont work, I'll get hurt , those cops will get me oh shoot
Call the Navy, and the millatary
I'll be Burnin acid that goes straight to your spleen.

Chorus x3

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