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Song Parodies -> "Why Must You Shun Me?"

Original Song Title:

"Can We Still Be Friends"

Original Performer:

Todd Rundgren

Parody Song Title:

"Why Must You Shun Me?"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

This song should explain itself.
I know I lost on Jeopardy but, why must you shun me?
I know I blew all my money, but why must you shun me?
This is just what I feared, all my friends bringing me to tears.
Why don't you drink a cup, it's just a game show, grow up.

Let's just try and forget this day, so why must you shun me?
It's no big deal that I did bad, so why must you shun me?
That Trebek, rigged the show, a backstage worker told me so.
Yet you still don't speak to me. This is a grade A travesty.

La la la la, la la la la la, why do you shun me? La la la la, la la la la la
Blame it on TV.
You know I'm feeling low. Why blame me for a rigged gameshow? I will win us a meal, by playing Deal or No Deal.
Sorry if this isn't very funny, it's my first attempt at a song parody.

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