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Song Parodies -> "Let's Go Home"

Original Song Title:

"Bring Him Home"

Original Performer:

from "Les Miserables"

Parody Song Title:

"Let's Go Home"

Parody Written by:

Glynn Leaney

The Lyrics

This is for Patrick.

(Connor is pondering what to do)

Oh dear Lord
Hear my plea
Do you know
What is happening to me?
She is young
And naive
Should we go
Yes or no?
Take her home?
Take her home?
Take her home?
She is my daughter, well you know
I’m glad I didn’t have a son!
She’s lying down
In the sun.
How quick she browns,
Now at rest.
Am I that old
And passed my best?
But there’s more,
I feel mad.
Back at home
There are things that are bad.
I can take
Just so much.
I’ve been kicked
In the crutch!
Should I stay?
Stay away?
Or return
Back to home?
Back to home?
Let’s go home!

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Total Votes: 4

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Patrick - June 19, 2014 - Report this comment
I don't receive many dedications, and I'm not sure exactly what might have inspired this one. Who is Connor? But I like just about anything from Les Miserables.

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