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Song Parodies -> "Are You Posting To Fight?"

Original Song Title:

"Are You Lonesome Tonight"

Original Performer:

Elvis Presley

Parody Song Title:

"Are You Posting To Fight?"

Parody Written by:

Sister Amnesia

The Lyrics

For flame war attention seekers everywhere. A short parody.
Are you posting to fight?
Do you think that you’re right?
All your “friends”, have they drifted apart?
Are you turned on to play for attention that way?
When you’re bored is it trouble you start?
Have the keys on your keyboard all faded, gone bare?
Did you turn on your caps lock, do you thrill going spare?
If there’s something to gain, will you gob-off again?
Tell me dear, are you posting to fight?

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Pacing: 5.0
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Overall Rating: 5.0

Total Votes: 1

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Kristof Robertson - May 29, 2007 - Report this comment
short, succint, and oh so true, sister! Hallelujah...555
Ann Hammond - May 29, 2007 - Report this comment
Liked the caps lock line
none of your business - June 12, 2007 - Report this comment
I hated it..but the good thing about is...I gave you a 121..ahaha

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