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Song Parodies -> "Thousands of Miles (Frodo's Song)"

Original Song Title:

"Thousand Miles"

Original Performer:

Vanessa Carlton

Parody Song Title:

"Thousands of Miles (Frodo's Song)"

Parody Written by:

Little Lion

The Lyrics

THis is my ode to Lord of the Rings, a great movie and a better book. J.R.R. Tolkein, I salute you!!
Frodo:
Makin' my way uphill
Over rocks
Under trees
Smells like a landfill

Starin' blankly ahead,
Just makin' my way,
Makin' my way
It ain't no thrill

Chorus:
And I, I'm so tired
And I, I'm so beat
And now I wonder...
If I have kept
The ring this long
Do you think it's
Making me strong?
Cause you know I'd walk thousands of miles
Just to defeat you.......Sauron.

I'm traveling with Sam,
Fellow hobbit,
My good pal.

And Gollum who is mad
and a murderer
He's really bad

Chorus 2 X

Cause you know that I'd walk
Thousands of miles
If I could just beat you....
Just defeat you....
Sauron

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