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Song Parodies -> "While My Keytar Gently Weeps"

Original Song Title:

"While My Guitar Gently Weeps"

Original Performer:

George Harrison

Parody Song Title:

"While My Keytar Gently Weeps"

Parody Written by:

Red Zeppelin

The Lyrics

Despite my love songs, my brain does not feel heavy
While my keytar gently weeps
Compare all my songs, I survey all my envy
Still my keytar gently weeps

We all know why I didn't tell you
So don't give up your love
We all know how I can control you
In fact, I bought you

I don't waste my time putting up with Madonna
While my keytar gently weeps
I so much prefer to sing songs by Nirvana
Still my keytargently weeps

I can't see why I would desert you
I'll never flirt with you
I don't see how I'd want to hurt you
No one converted you

I won't give you up cuz I sound like Rick Astley
While my keytar gently weeps
I'll try really hard just to keep myself happy
Still my keytar gently weeps

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