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Song Parodies -> "Bad Songwriter"

Original Song Title:

"Mr Writer"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Stereophonics

Parody Song Title:

"Bad Songwriter"

Parody Written by:

Jim A.

The Lyrics

Didn't these guys used to be good?
You make songs up, look at your shoes
your sense of rythms poor, now I'm getting bored
You used to write good songs, but now you don't
got washed up as you do, its not as if you would know

are you so boring?
we just ignore it
we could have thought it

Bad songwriter, why don't you write em like you did
it always seemed to be a piece of p*ss
before you all get you dropped

you words they used to rhyme
but now aren't in time
oh have you turned your back on fame
back to your old McJob

you've just enough, awful reviews
education to be poor, if your that good at all

are you so boring?
we just ignore it
we could have thought it

Bad songwriter, why don't you write em like you did
it always seemed to be a piece of p*ss
before you all get you dropped

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