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Song Parodies -> "Steve Answer Me {Steve Parsons Reject}"

Original Song Title:

"Don't Answer Me {Alan Parsons Project}"

Original Performer:

Eric Woolfson

Parody Song Title:

"Steve Answer Me {Steve Parsons Reject}"

Parody Written by:

Gary Main

The Lyrics

Smile
I do beleive this is gonna be tragic
but you had to speak your mind
If you think you can cut my stuff down
better change your mind
I think your living in a dream world
better wake up today
your disrespect will result in sadness
but your did it anyway

Steve answer me, show us your song list
I bet I win
Steve answer me, just go lay down then
Don't send it in.

Better run and hide from this song
Sorry Steve I told you this was gonna come.

I do beleive this is gonna be tragic
just have to wait and see
So if you need to cut down someone,
better not look at me
It ain't enough that you pick on typo's
better let them be
so will you prove your a man, or forever live in apathy?

Steve answer me, show us your song list
I bet I win
Steve answer me, just go lay down then
Don't send it in.

better run and hide from this song
Sorry Steve I told you this was gonna come
Gary Main12/07/2003all rights reserved.

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Johnny D - December 08, 2003 - Report this comment
I like the Alan Parsons Project........ but I think their crowning moment of fame came when Dr. Evil, in the movie "The Spy Who Shagged Me", announced his moon-based "laaaay-zerrr" plan as being based on the scientific work of Dr. Alan Parsons, hence, he was naming it "The Alan Parsons Project", and his son, Scott Evil, then said, "The Alan Parsons Project was a progressive rock group from the 1980's. Why don't you call it "The Wang Chung Project" ? Or how about "Bananarama"? I'm sure that would be fine."

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