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Song Parodies -> "Fade From Black"

Original Song Title:

"Fade To Black"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Fade From Black"

Parody Written by:

Chris Pollman

The Lyrics

As sung by Michael Jackson
Skin it seems is much too white
Plastic surgerey every single night
Turning white to help myself
New skin colors, I'm someone else
I have lost my once-tan tone
I must change the color of my bones
There is so much publicity
Teenage kids they sleep with me

Skins not what is used to be
I made my nose so pointy
Freaked up face it isn't real
Look like a fish on a fishing reel
All I want is surgerey
To the point of a white me
Looking lifeless, nose so long
I was black but now that's gone

No one can stop plastic surgerey , it's too late
No I can't think, think I can get even weireder eyes
Yesterday seems as If is was black as midnight
White makes me glad, to black say goodbye

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Pacing: 3.7
How Funny: 3.3
Overall Rating: 3.6

Total Votes: 7

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some person - June 15, 2004 - Report this comment
Did Metallica have any songs in the 70s? I am just wondering.

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