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Original Song Title:

"Our House"

Original Performer:

Crosby, Stills, and Nash

Parody Song Title:

"Tribute to Amiright.com Legends"

Parody Written by:

dobbs

The Lyrics

JMJI've submitted this before, but silly me, I didn't leave a spot for comments. I'd like to hear back from the legends on this.
I had a job
I worked at the Best Buy down the road at French and Main
I'm not a slob
I get paid to take the garbage out and now I'm living with my folks again
Stocking shelves was such a pain

Mom's house it's okay if I can live at my mom's house
I'm only thirty-five, my folks are still alive
But it all depends upon your point of view

My life was trash
I just didn't the cash to buy my vid games and CDs
Then I found this site
it was at amiright dot com and now each waking hour I parody
With creativity

Mom's house is a very, very ,very fine house
My mom keeps house inside
My father's car I drive
I sure have life much easier than you
Na, na, na , na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na

I'll type some songs
And stay here all day long 'cause I don't have to work today

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