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Song Parodies -> "Where You Go"

Original Song Title:

"Where We Start"

Original Performer:

David Gilmour

Parody Song Title:

"Where You Go"

Parody Written by:

Johnny Nguyen

The Lyrics

Where we go is where we set
We out to a car, nothing planned
Along by the stores we feed bread to the supermarkets
And then over the Walmart to Sam's Club beyond

We walk ourselves weary, you and I
There's just this moment

I want to go to Ross Dress for Less
We lie in the shopping, we can buy the shirt

Time runs out slowly our stores closed
All of the light times left behind

The day is done
The spa is running
We go up to talk, it's time to go

We walk ourselves weary, arm in arm
Back through the twilight
Home again

We waltz in the closed stores and Walmart is still open
So much behind us
Still far to go

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