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Song Parodies -> "Back In Time/Tenchi Muyo"

Original Song Title:

"Back In Time"

Original Performer:

Huey Lewis and the News

Parody Song Title:

"Back In Time/Tenchi Muyo"

Parody Written by:

Josh Taylor (The Stimps)

The Lyrics

Tell me, Washu
Where are we going this time?
Is this my house?
Or nineteen-ninety-nine?

Bridge:
All I wanted to do,
was to get back and eat.

Chorus:
So put it away,
Do you mind.
Be nice to me,
I'll be back in time!

I gotta get back in time.

Don't tell my future
on the roll of a dice.
Better remember,
Ryoko strikes twice.

Bridge:
Please don't drive sasami
don't let me date again

Chorus:
So put it away,
Do you mind.
Be nice to me,
I'll be back in time!

Gotta get back in time! (repeat)

Get me back in time!

Gotta get back in time! (repeat 4x)

Get back in time!

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