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Song Parodies -> "Island in the Sun: Kodachi-to-Ranma Style!"

Original Song Title:

"Island in the Sun"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Weezer

Parody Song Title:

"Island in the Sun: Kodachi-to-Ranma Style!"

Parody Written by:

Shampy Yuy

The Lyrics

Ran-ma, Ran-ma,
Ran-ma, Ran-ma,
When you're on a holiday,
You don't need no words to say,
Thinking slightly risque,
Kodachi's my fiance.

On an island in the sun,
We'll be fighting and having fun,
And it makes me feel so fine
Controlling his brain.

Ran-ma, Ran-ma,
When you're in the golden sea,
You don't have no memory,
Just a boat to call your own,
I'll knock you out with a stone.

We'll run away together,
We'll spend some time forever,
We'll get away from Akane!

Ran-ma, Ran-ma, Ran-ma
On an island in the sun,
We'll be fighting and having fun,
And it makes me feel so fine
Controlling his brain.

We'll run away together,
We'll spend some time forever,
We'll get away from Akane!

Ran-ma....*fade-out*

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