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Song Parodies -> "Jane's Dead"

Original Song Title:

"Jane Says"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Jane's Addiction

Parody Song Title:

"Jane's Dead"

Parody Written by:

Susan C.

The Lyrics

When Jane's dead
Good riddance to the bitch
We will all be rich
When Jane goes
She need to see Dr. K.
What's her life for anyway?
Nobody wants her, no we don't want her
Jane says, "Have you seen my drink around?"
I must have knocked it down.
Think I'll make another, this time with more vodka.
Jane gets mad, and she starts to cry
She takes a valium, then chokes on it
Wish Jaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaane was dead
When Jane goes
Up to Heaven's Gate
Walks up on St. Peter
Down here, we will celebrate
Jane says, "I'm not going anyplace. Just keep my money safe
From those who really need it. Yea, I don't even need it."
Jane gets mad, and she starts to cry
She takes a valium, then chokes on it
Oh, when Jane's dead....................................

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