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"Velvet Fades"

Parody Written by:

Ghetto John

The Lyrics

this song is basically about a guy who is stuck in the seventies and his girlfriend wants him to wake up and smell the techno. its based in ecorse mi (the ghetto)

Flower trees,
disco's overtaken me,
i try to listen but theres to much music to believe

2. I only know that the trends change,
everyone else seems to be lame,
i wanna fit back into my velvet pants that i wore before when

chorus: i just wanted to dance the ghetto,
wanted to bring disco off the shelf,
you would never dance for me,
to express how i felt about your retro belt,
the musics older and i feel like i could let some of the 70's fade
but it seems the record i am scratching was the best one ever made

3. so what did i do ,
after dancin the whole night through,
i never took the time for 80's flock of seagull's who?

repeat #2


the best one ever made
the best one ever made


flower tree's
my email is

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Pacing: 4.9
How Funny: 4.9
Overall Rating: 4.8

Total Votes: 21

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B. - May 10, 2006 - Report this comment
lol...this was brilliant! i love the original song, and never thought it could be funny, but you definately did it with your parody. great job!

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