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Song Parodies -> "Brand New Major"

Original Song Title:

"Brand New Lover"

Original Performer:

Dead Or Alive

Parody Song Title:

"Brand New Major"

Parody Written by:

Michael J. Fisher

The Lyrics

This hard major, darling,
Is too tough to follow.
I've got the solution --
I'm changing tomorrow!
'Cause now as I stand
And look over my grades,
I see failure there.
I want a four-point!

What I really need to do
Is find myself a brand new major,
Something that won't make me fail
By testing on account behavior!
What I really need to do
Is find a brand new major!

When I wake up tomorrow
I'll fill out the form
And my awful old major
Will quickly be gone!
I tried out accounting
But just couldn't do it,
I just sat there
And slept right through it!

(Chorus x2)


My professors tell me that
I'm no good as a business major
And for once I really must agree.
I know it's not the thing for me
And so I'll try for chemistry
And satisfy my pushy family!

This hard major, darling,
Is too tough to follow.
I've made my decision,
I'm changing tomorrow!


(Chorus to fade)
(c) 1988 Michael J. Fisher

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