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Song Parodies -> "This Page is My Page"

Original Song Title:

"This Land is Your Land"

Original Performer:

Woody Guthrie

Parody Song Title:

"This Page is My Page"

Parody Written by:

Dave Schipper

The Lyrics

A little ditty for my MySpace blog readers. I thought I would share it.
This page is my page, visit me on MySpace
Read my corny blogs, and new pics blander
View my deadwood friends, and my top band pictures
MySpace was made for you and me.

As I was linking a top new friends list
I saw an email coming from a bimbo
I started wondering to add the captcha
MySpace was made for you and me


I’ve seached and added and I’ve followed the friend list
To the amazing artists with greatest talents.
And all around me their music singing
MySpace was made for you and me


As I was jumpin’ - I saw site there
That site was set for only private viewing
But in another site – it didn’t have that
That site was made for you and me

This Page is My Page (parody by Dave Schipper)© 2008 Rose

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