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Song Parodies -> "Hopper Logic"

Original Song Title:

"Pretzel Logic"

Original Performer:

Steely Dan

Parody Song Title:

"Hopper Logic"

Parody Written by:

S.C. Smith

The Lyrics

The song is basically about Aelita's life on Earth before she became Aelita Hopper.
I would love to see a photo booth
With my boyfriend, Jeremie.
Yes, I'd love to see a photo booth
With my boyfriend, Jeremie.

Yes, I'm dying to be on Earth.
I want to see it all.
I want to listen to a record on a phonograph.
My days are going to be successful.
I hope nothing wrong happens to me.

Why do I have these dreams,
About a man named Franz Hopper?
Why do they come up,
Because I'm still linked to Lyoko?

I'm a freakin' good DJ at the dance.
I think my boyfriend discovered a diary.
My days are going to be successful.
I hope nothing's wrong with me.


I went into the room.
He gave me the news.
He said, "I know that you're a human."
"You are Franz Hopper's daughter!"
"You are Franz Hopper's daughter!"

Well, I got my mind drained of everything.
My dad restarted my life and I'm not linked anymore.
My days, they're successful.
I found nothing's wrong with me.


(Fade out)

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