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Song Parodies -> "I Think Logically"

Original Song Title:

"I Want To Break Free"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"I Think Logically"

Parody Written by:

Malcolm Higgins

The Lyrics

I think logically,
I think logically from my brain, it's insane,
but I believe that I need to
think logically
spock knows.....
spock always thinks logically

my ears stick way up
my ears stick way up like a duck
that is climbing a tree
they stick way up
spock knows..
spock knows they stick pointed up

it's strange but it's true, yeah
back on Vulcan it's exactly what we do
but I have to me sure,
when I beam up on board,
oh I think logically, yeah
oh I think logically
oh I think logically

our mission goes on,
I can't get used to livin without livin without livin without
thoughts inside
I will need to see doc bones
god knows
god knows I got to see bones
so baby , logically
god knows I think logically

I think logically
I think logically yeah
I want I want I want logically
I want logically

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