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Song Parodies -> "Baby's In Blue"

Original Song Title:

"Baby's In Black"

Original Performer:

The Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"Baby's In Blue"

Parody Written by:

Tokusou Sentai Blessranger

The Lyrics

Oh dear, am I upset?
Baby's in blue and I'm wearing red
Tell me, have I been upset?
She thinks of me while so she dresses in blue,
Although she's quite a blonde too, she's dressed in blue.

Might as well go ahead
Baby's in blue and not wearing red,
I was surely gone ahead
I think of her wearing lots of blue clothes
From her head down to her toes, her blue clothes
So she was blue and blonde
Although I'm really fond of this blonde

Well, things are all set
Baby's in blue and I'm wearing red,
Okay, things are all set
She sees me in red, so she dresses in blue
Although she was really cool, she's dressed in blue

Oh dear, am I upset?
Baby's in blue and I'm wearing red
Now you wil see something yet

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