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Song Parodies -> "Tonight's Not Right"

Original Song Title:

"Tonight's The Night"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Rod Stewart

Parody Song Title:

"Tonight's Not Right"

Parody Written by:

Tokusou Sentai Blessranger

The Lyrics

Stay away from my window
Stay away from my back door too
I don't want you be coming here
Relax and do not interfere

So pay your dues right now and then
I won't be seeing you again
Or I'll kill you with a sniper
You're stupid,don't you hesitate cause

Tonight's not right
Even though not alright
Cause I have bad luck
Who's pulling out the stops for me now?

C'mon anger,I'll be on fire
I'll deny full-on desire
No prejudice but full of pride
I will break through someone's evil side

Tonight's not right
Even though not alright
Cause I have bad luck
Who's pulling out the stops for me now?

I say bad words to someone vile
I'll let my ambitions run wild
The revenge is taken sevenfold
Bad luck will be shattered stone cold

Tonight's not right
Even though not alright
Cause I have bad luck
Who's pulling out the stops for me now?

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