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Song Parodies -> "Disarray"

Original Song Title:

"Yesterday"

Original Performer:

The Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"Disarray"

Parody Written by:

Alvin Dover

The Lyrics

As sung by Dubya after a long hard jog:
(instrumental intro)

Disarray...
All my muscles just don't feel okay.
Now my body doesn't work today
After I ran - in disarray.

Atrophy?
Hey, is that the same as apathy?
Body hurts, I want to catch some Z's
Should not have played - this bothers me.

Why'd... I... run so fast?
What's the rush?
But what the heck.
Now... it's... all so clear, I'm a mere
Physical wreck, just see my

Bloodshot eyes...
My tongue's swollen twice it's normal size.
It's at times like this, I realize.
That running isn't all that wise.

Why'd... I... run so fast?
What's the rush?
But what the heck.
Now... it's... all so clear, I'm a mere
Physical wreck, just see my

Disarray...
Running seemed a healthy game to play
Doctors, make these pains just go away.
After I ran - in disarray.

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