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Song Parodies -> "We're Sorry"

Original Song Title:

"I'm Sorry"

Original Performer:

John Denver

Parody Song Title:

"We're Sorry"

Parody Written by:

Gary Main

The Lyrics

Sick of seeing Brittany,
like 25 times a day.
Yeah I've been wishin and hoping, she would go away.
I would be such a good time,
Find someone new and then.
I wont have to look at that sad hoe again.

Maybe they will take her off to China.
Dont worry it will turn out right you 'll see.
Myself and everyone else,
are sick near to death.
We Cant take no more Brittany.

My freind, dont know about you.
I'm sick of hearing her whine.
Can't wait till she makes the news, for the final time.
No-one here will be crying,
party till late at night.
Maybe her jet will fly into a mountainside.

I'm sorry she made it on an album.
I'm sorry cant wait till she goes away.
I hope like everyone else,
Bittany kills herself.
Why can't her story end today.

I'm sorry that they put her on this planet.
I'm sorry for the shit we listened to.
But more than anything else,
The world and myself.
are sick of seeing You!!

I'm sorry
Words and music by john denver
Gary Main12/14/2003All Rights Reserved

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