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Song Parodies -> "Yesterday"

Original Song Title:

"Yesterday"

Original Performer:

The Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"Yesterday"

Parody Written by:

Jim Allegretto

The Lyrics

Yesterday
all my blubber seemed so far away
Now it looks as though it's here to stay
Oh I believe in Yesterday

Suddenly
I am twice the man I used to be
There's a shadow hanging o'er my feet
Oh yesterday came suddenly

Why I had to grow I don't know
I couldn't stay
I ate some things wrong now I long for yesterday ay ay ay

Yesterday
lunch was such an easy game to play
Now I need a place to hide away
Oh I believe in yesterday
Mm mm mm mm mm mm mmmmmmm

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Old Man Ribber - April 04, 2011 - Report this comment
Jim - Like me, it sounds like you have a lot of "guts". Fine job. As for your last name, have you met the delightful author who calls herself Adagio?

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