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Song Parodies -> "ARC Dance"

Original Song Title:

"Soft Parade"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"ARC Dance"

Parody Written by:

Green Bloodied Hound Dogs

The Lyrics

This Song Is About A Dance That Will Take Place 12/06/02
When I Was Back There In Manville V.F.W.
There Was A Person There Who Put For The People
That You Can Kiss A Girl With Love
Kiss A Girl With Love
Kiss A Girl With Love
You Cannot Kiss A Girl With Love

Can You Give Me Girls With Love
I Must Find A Girl To Love
A Girl For Me To Love

Can You Find Me Nothing Now
I Can't Make It Anymore
The Boy Is At The Door

Sombody Saw Me With Food On My Nose
Kyle Came Over With A Longer Hose
There's Only Four Ways To Get A Present
One Is For Christmas And The Other Is Birthday,Da Da
One Is Easter,With A White Bunny
One Is Channuka Too,Dradle

Mary Ann
& New Mexico

Ha Ha, They Loved Me
Yes They Did
This Is The Best Part Of Me
This Is Of Me,The Part
I Really Like
What'd He Say
Yeah Right!
Pretty Good,Huh
Yeah I'm Proud To Be Part Of This Number

Welcome To The ARC Dance
Welcome To The ARC Dance
Welcome To The ARC Dance
Welcome To The ARC Dance

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