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Song Parodies -> "Demolished Wall pt.1."

Original Song Title:

"Brick in the Wall pt.1."

Original Performer:

Pink Floyd

Parody Song Title:

"Demolished Wall pt.1."

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The Lyrics

This is my life.
My dream's have gone into atroction,
Leaving me in memories,
Always looking through a glass bound window.
Why the hell did it fall on me?
Why the hell did it fall on me?
After all I demolished the wall.
All in all I tried to demolish the wall.

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Agrimorfee - January 25, 2006 - Report this comment seem to have a theme beginning to take shape. Remember---Roger Waters made a lot of rewrites before they recorded the album for posterity. As one of the major Floyd freaks on this site, I look forward to seeing what else you are going to do. (did you happen to read my The Pile of Bricks, or The Crazy Diamond's Deck The Wall ?)
Led/Floyd - January 29, 2006 - Report this comment
Yeah I decided to base this allbum parody on my life as it currently stands. Also I too am a Pink Floyd freak.

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