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Song Parodies -> "Broken Windows"

Original Song Title:

"When it's Over"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Sugar Ray

Parody Song Title:

"Broken Windows"

Parody Written by:

Wild Child JIN

The Lyrics

Wow! Congratulations are in order for me, this is the first song I've done in the year 2000, 2001 to be exact. My first 21st century song! :-) Hope you find it just as extremely funny and enjoyable as the rest of mine! ;-)
The window’s broken
That’s the time I am in pane again
And when it’s broken
That’s the time I break apart again
And it’s just so so so so
I’m know, I’m not to blame, I’ve been framed

All the branches the wind used to sway
All the times the ladder got in the way
All the baseballs I used to throw
Have broken the windows
All the papers the boy used to fling
All the hammers I used to swing
All the crows that flew too low
Have broken the windows

I’m fixing them
I never knew how much they’d cost me
When I was fixing them
I didn’t expect window glass to come free, it doesn’t
And it’s just so so so so
I’m know, I’m not to blame, I’ve been framed

All the branches the wind used to sway
All the times the ladder got in the way
All the baseballs I used to throw
Have broken the windows
All the papers the boy used to fling
All the hammers I used to swing
All the crows that flew too low
Have broken the windows

I’m fixing them
It seems this job is never-ending
I’m always fixing them
You don’t expect window glass to come free
I fixed them, and it’s just so so so so
I’m know, I’m not to blame, I’ve been framed

The window’s broken
Can I leave it broken?
The window’s broken
Is it really open?

The window’s broken
That’s the time I am in pane again

All the branches the wind used to sway
All the times the ladder got in the way
All the baseballs I used to throw
Have broken the windows
All the papers the boy used to fling
All the hammers I used to swing
All the crows that flew too low
Have broken the windows

(Window shattering sounds)

All the branches the wind used to sway
All the times the ladder got in the way
All the baseballs I used to throw
Have broken the windows
All the papers the boy used to fling
All the hammers I used to swing
All the crows that flew too low
Have broken the windows

(Window shattering sounds)

All the branches the wind used to sway
All the times the ladder got in the way
All the baseballs I used to throw
Have broken the windows
All the papers the boy used to fling
All the hammers I used to swing
All the crows that flew too low
Have broken the windows (Repeat and fade….)
Don't break my heart like a window, leave me a V and/or C! :-)

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Pacing: 4.4
How Funny: 4.8
Overall Rating: 4.6

Total Votes: 8

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Wild Child JIN - October 27, 2010 - Report this comment
Please people, I can use some V's and/or C's here... :-(
Barry J. Mitchel - October 28, 2010 - Report this comment
Well, the Lemonade & Brownies album cover made this visit worthwhile.
Seriously, although IDNKTOS and won't vote, I enjoyed all the imagery and variety within each stanza, and for that reason I'd forgive the repetition of stanzas.
This was a nice surprise; I thought you'd be bashing MicroSoft's OS. ;- )

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