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Song Parodies -> "Death of Me"

Original Song Title:

"Thousand Years"

Original Performer:

Christina Perri

Parody Song Title:

"Death of Me"

Parody Written by:

Zane Adams

The Lyrics

Mind fades black
Unlovely and unbeautiful
I want to be saved
But how do I love myself again?
(Chorus 1)
Skies are crying
Oh mirror lie, my heart on fire
I am weakened
My battle cry, all in my mind
I am defeated
By my destiny, it could be the end of me
(Verse 2)
One last call
My heart on the telephone
Where do I turn?
How do I silence all my shame?
(Chorus)
Skies are crying..
Mirror lie, my heart on fire
I am weakened
My battle cry, all in my mind
I am defeated, by my destiny
This could be the death of me!
(Ending)
Mind fades black
Unlovely and unbeautiful
I want to be saved
But how can I love myself again?

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Overall Rating: 4.8

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