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Song Parodies -> "Sunday"

Original Song Title:

"The Phantom Of The Opera"

Original Performer:

Andrew Lloyd Webber

Parody Song Title:

"Sunday"

Parody Written by:

Will Agrudis Glover

The Lyrics

I wrote this since there was nothing else to do.
I sleep, then get coffee
To start my day
I get ready for school
Then set on my way
And when I get to school
What do I find?
I've stupidly come to school on Sunday
I've lost my mind!

So then I go back home
And watch TV
Nothing on Channel 4
Try ITV
But, still, there's nothing on
What do I find?
I search for videos and DVDs
But none are mine!

So, on the internet
On MSN
Although I logged on, there's
None of my friends
And only junk email
What do I find?
A hundred thousand emals, all are trash
They waste my time.

(Sunday, and there's nothing to do.
It's Sunday, and I am feeling blue.)

And there's nothing to eat
Nowhere to go
Nothing to occupy
Or let time flow
So should I go to sleep?
What do I find?
The cat has fallen aslep on my bed
And so I sighed . . .

It's Sunday and there's nothing to do . . .

(Followed by several notes of singing / chanting)

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Agrimorfee - October 04, 2004 - Report this comment
It certainly reads like you were bored. 454

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