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Song Parodies -> "Clouds After Midnight"

Original Song Title:

"Nights In White Satin"

Original Performer:

Moody Blues

Parody Song Title:

"Clouds After Midnight"

Parody Written by:

Green Bloodied Hound Dogs

The Lyrics

Clouds After Midnight, Never Reaching The First
Presents I'm Getting, Never Meaning To Burst
Girls I've Always Kissed, With The Lips Before
Just What The Lies Are, I Can't Say Anymore
'Cause I Love You,Yes I Love You,Oh I Love You

Looking At People, Some Eye To Eye
Just What I'm Getting To They Could Get The King
Some Try To Tell Her, Lies They Should Not Defend
Just What You Want To Do, You Will Be With The Queen
And I Love You, Yes I Love You

Breathe Deep In The Gathering Room
Watch Brides Dance With Every Groom
Child Sitting People Look Foward And Talk
Another Time's Hopeless Energy's Spent
Imposters In Love Wrestle As One
Lovley Girls Cry For Love And Has None
New Girls Pick Up & Meet New Boys
Seniors In High School Wish They Were Gone
Cold Sweated Nightmares That Rule Each Night
Removes The Voice From Our Hearing
Deep Is Low & High Is Light
And We Decide Which Is Right
And Which Is A Miracle

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