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Song Parodies -> "Now We Are Looking to Mars?"

Original Song Title:

"Everyone's Gone to the Moon"

Original Performer:

Jonathan King

Parody Song Title:

"Now We Are Looking to Mars?"

Parody Written by:

Royce Miller

The Lyrics

Air that's polluted, threatened species
Oil slicks and sick whales on the seas
Satellites shooting through the stars
Now we are looking to Mars?

Manatees barely hanging on
Rain forests cut, and all but gone
Humans have filled the earth with scars
Now we are looking to Mars?

Why should we care if there's life out there
When we don't take care of our own

Strife and war-mongers everywhere
Vampire teens with pinkish hair
Rage-filled people, driving cars
Hmm....Maybe they should go to Mars

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Kimba T. Dogg - February 28, 2004 - Report this comment
Just saw this and DKTOS - but well put.

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