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Song Parodies -> "Ultra-Deciever"

Original Song Title:

"I'm A Believer"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Smash mouth

Parody Song Title:

"Ultra-Deciever"

Parody Written by:

Ed_Loves_Piyokos (Misughost)

The Lyrics

For all of you who are as pissed as I am over "Smash Mouth's hit"
I sat listening to my Oldies tape one day
Then an idea hit me upside the head.
What if I could press this?
Put it on CD?
Screw the Monkees - All the glory for me!

REFRAIN:

So then I played this song....
Now I'm a deciever!
Not a trace
of guilt in my mind!
Filthy Rich! (Oooooooooh!)
I'm a deciever,
think I'm sneaky?
Friggin right!

Now my name is plastered all over the hit!
I hear my name more often on radio.
What's the use in writing
my own original songs?
When I've had enough here to copy all along?!

So then I bastardized!
And now I'm a deceiver!
Originality
is myth in my mind!
Lots of fame! (Ooooooooh!)
I'm a deceiver,
everybody scream my name!

~MisuGhost~

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