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Song Parodies -> "Failin"

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Rod Stewart

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The Lyrics

I am failing I am failing
I need a crib sheet- desperately
I must start praying
Or I'll be paying
For another year of fees

Too much drinkin'
What was I thinkin???
Cutting classes every day
I must be crazy
It's all gone hazy
Can't think of anything to say

My head is aching
My hand is shaking
I know I'll never make those grades
Must keep trying - I feel like cryin'
All I can think of ... is getting laid

The clock is ticking
Pens are clicking
I sit here licking my wounded pride
It's humiliating
Nowhere to run... nowhere to hide

I must start writing
I must keep fighting
The urge to sit here staring into space
Just concentrate now
Its not too late now
You can remember that leading case

I am sailing I am sailing
Through these questions easily
It won't be long now
I can't go wrong now
Just one more question - then I'll be free

I am flying I am flying
I'm in the pub now
Hittin the beer
I'm through the worst now
Headin for a first now
Oh yeah ..mine's a pint ........ cheers

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Diva - February 16, 2004 - Report this comment
You have been a very busy writer, Martha. I think I'll enjoy reading more of your work!

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