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Song Parodies -> "Ging Steady With Your Brother"

Original Song Title:

"He Aint Heavy, He's My Brother"

Original Performer:

The Hollies

Parody Song Title:

"Ging Steady With Your Brother"

Parody Written by:

Glynn Leaney

The Lyrics


I once was lost,
Not knowing which way to turn.
All on my own, feeling low,
Where to go?
But at last
I’ve found some hope in my life;
Going steady with your brother.

I can’t explain
Just what this all means to me.
Although he’s quite old and grey,
I will stay.
And it’s true,
Although he’s not my ideal.
Going steady with your brother.

If I’m honest with you,
I’m really frustrated.
But needs must, they say;
He’s the first one I’ve dated
So far, and I’m quite desperate.
There’s no going back;
I’ll take him for what he’s worth.
He hasn’t too much to share,
I don’t care.

All his faults,
They don’t bother me at all.
Going steady with your brother.
He’s your brother:
Going steady with your brother.

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