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Song Parodies -> "Apology"

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Original Performer:

Billy Joel

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Parody Written by:

Double E

The Lyrics

If you want my sympathy
Go and get in the line
You can have all that I have to give
But don't expect my empathy
'Cause it really isn't mine
I always feel like I need to forgive

Apology is such a sorry word
Always seems to make me blue
Apology is almost always heard.
It's all I ever give to you.

I can never find someone
Who sees beyond my lies
If I wear my hat or sing my song.
But if someone, when it's begun
Would look into my eyes
And tell me I have done nothing wrong

Apology is such a sorry word
I know that you feel it too
Apology is almost always heard
It's all I ever give to you.

Sorry for my mother
Sorry for my friend
Sorry my apologies
Just seem to have no end
I apologize and then
Apologize again
Sorry, sorry

When I am lost deep in thought
Don't worry yourself
I won't say "I'm sorry" for a while
But once a glimpse of me is caught
From so deep inside myself
You are in store for sorrow and a smile

Apology is such a sorry word
It makes people cry 'Boo-hoo"
Apology is almost always heard
It's all I ever give to you.

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