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Song Parodies -> "Why Don't You Go Away"

Original Song Title:

"I Want It That Way"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

The Backstreet Boys

Parody Song Title:

"Why Don't You Go Away"

Parody Written by:

Nick Helm

The Lyrics

You are a disgrace
Of the human race
Believe when I say
Why don't you go away
Cause we are two worlds apart
Get me out of your heart
When I say
Why don't you go away

CHORUS:
Go away
You're nothing but a heartache
Go away
Dating you was just a mistake
Go away
You should hear what I have got to say
Why don't you go away

Put out that fire
That I'm your desire
You should know it's too late
Why don't you go away

CHORUS

Now I'm relieved to be falling apart
From the way that I want it to be, yeah
No matter the distance, I want you to know
That you'd still be cheating on me

You are a disgrace
Of the human race
You are, you are, you are, you are

Why don't you go away

Ain't nothing but a heartache
Ain't nothing but a mistake
Why don't you go away

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