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Song Parodies -> "He Would"

Original Song Title:

"I Would"

Original Performer:

One Direction

Parody Song Title:

"He Would"

Parody Written by:

Cloe Auchly And Madeline Grice

The Lyrics

hahaha i feel like taylor swift lol umm yea breakup song dedicated to darren
Lately I found myself thinking
that you're really stupid not hot
and up in your head I'm your girlfriend
but I think that I would rather not
I ride to school every morning
and laugh when you walk in the rain
wish I could kill you without any warning
cuz that's what has been in my brain
would he say he's in L-O-V-E
maybe too early he would (he would)
he says he loves me, but for right now
Darren you should know
that I don't (I don't) love you
up in your head we were kissing
you thought things were goin alright
I put a sign on your back sayin kick me
and hoped it would ruin your life
this game that your tryin to play
is a game that you'll obvously loose
cuz no one can fix stupid people
and that means no one can fix you
would he say he's in L-O-V-E
maybe too early he would (he would)
he says he loves me but for right now
darren you should know that i dont love you
haha we 2 cool

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