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Song Parodies -> "Nice to Know"

Original Song Title:

"Dahil Sa'yo"

Original Performer:

Iñigo Pascual

Parody Song Title:

"Nice to Know"

Parody Written by:

the_conqueror_of_parodies

The Lyrics

Rebel bases need their vital info before said info screws them over. Something this scout hasn't quite internalised...
Got a problem with all of the info that you've got
It's real useful, solid stuff, so that's not why I'm pissed off
Needed to know when the main villain decided to make a surprise attack on us
Advance notice of his bomb drops is in itself quite the bomb
So why have I grabbed your poor throat?
Why, that's simple, it's because you're one day behind, clot

Nice to know about the problem, nice to know we could be undone
Should've known 'bout how things would suck before they happened, bud
Nice to know, you utter moron, such useful info that you just dropped
Should've known way in advance 'cause that's how these things get stopped
Now that half the base is dust and the rest can't stand one gust
I have to ask you what the hell made you screw up (whoo)?

Ev'ry excuse here has got a thousand blatant holes (they've got a thousand blatant holes)
"I got waylaid by patrols (I got waylaid by patrols)"? And yet your armour is still whole
You got here in time for a good briefing, I was open and yet you said nothing
Don't you say you forgot, how does one forget bombs?
And now that half our base is toast
You have the sheer, utter gall to ask for your pay stub?

Nice to know about the problem, nice to know our doom might come up
Should've known as soon as you got the information, bud
Nice to know, you total moron, if this was a joke, it's a bad one
Should've known you shoulda brought up this yesterday, you putz
Now that half the base is crushed and the whole team wants to punch
You many times, let's not pull the old "Calm down!" one

Not the first time you've blown your one damn job, that's right
From ambushes to when our food's arrived
Ev'ry time you've botched it, you swore that you'd stop it
And honestly, it makes me wonder if your failure has been less than honest
Oh-oh, while you've got the best info, oh-oh, timing's been less than so-so
I'm afraid I really have to know if you've really been working for our foe
That would be the perfect capstone
To how, as a scout, you have been so shit
Thought we wouldn't suspect 'cause all your intel's been spot on
But always a day off? Something must be real wrong

Nice to know about the problem, nice to know about how we suck
Should've known the bigger problem was right here, this faux-schmuck
Nice to know we were the morons 'cause we gave the "Go!" to the wrong one
Should've known so now the blames on us big fools at the top
I'm mad I did not catch on to the reason for your flops
But if this hunch is wrong, I'll facepalm your face off

Once again, things that could've been brought to my attention YESTERDAY!

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