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Song Parodies -> "My Application"

Original Song Title:

"My Adoration"

Original Performer:

The Sonflowerz

Parody Song Title:

"My Application"

Parody Written by:

White Trash

The Lyrics

the sonflowerz are an underground christian band that i seen play once and there pretty good, this song is about a guy who is struggling in the economy and shows dedication to hes work.....(or something like that)
i come with workmanship in you house
come to lay my servings down
its time i show you who i really am
im offering my resume
surrendering my life of luxur-ay
overtime my life is in good hands


in a peasant
you empty all my doubts
and you fill my wallet
with money thats spilling over now

so heres my application
heres my inauguration
of everything i am and everything ill do for you

heres my application it shows my participation
of everything i am and all thats left in me
is to our working station


i come into my bosses house
where h1n1 is found
but ill find to courage to work
and even when the wind blows hard
i wont sign up for workers comp
i finnally found the place where i belong

repeat bridge and chorus

oh you fill my with money thats spilling over
spilling over

repeat chorus

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