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Song Parodies -> "Spelling Bee"

Original Song Title:

"Stay With Me"

Original Performer:

Sam Smith

Parody Song Title:

"Spelling Bee"

Parody Written by:

Tony Wiseguy

The Lyrics

If I knew what to do I'd spell krugerrand
But I suck at scrabble and have no plan
Oh the shame i'll feel is close at hand
I need a reprieve but I'll be an also-ran.

I'm in a spelling bee and I can barely read
This ain't fun just anxiety now I'm in a spelling bee.

Now I've got to play it cool even though its me playing the fool
And deep down inside I know tis sucks
But if I could cheat I'd have some luck.

I'm in a spelling bee and I should concede
But now my ego won't let me cause I'm in a spelling bee.

Oh oh oh oh oh oh oh no Oh oh oh oh oh no
Oh oh oh oh oh oh oh no Oh oh oh oh oh no.

I'm in a spelling bee and I can hardly breathe
I can't remember is it I before e? now I'm in a spelling bee
I'm in a spelling bee and I can barely read
I'm tired of people booing me but I'm in a spelling bee.

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