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Song Parodies -> "Broken Arms"

Original Song Title:

"Open Arms"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Journey

Parody Song Title:

"Broken Arms"

Parody Written by:

acidbrat

The Lyrics

I was kinda the "Weird Al" of my high school class. This is one of the most popular of the many parodies I wrote approximately 20 years ago, when I was a sophomore.
Dying beside you
Here in the car
Feeling your heartbeat decline
I think that we had
Way too much beer
Carbon monoxide and wine
We partied together
Got ripped in the car
Now here we are in a pile

CHORUS:
So now I come to you
With broken arms
Bloody and tired
A wheel through my brain
So here I am
With broken arms
Groping for thee
Oh, my love, they can't be
Broken arms

Blood all around you
Broke all your bones
Your teeth are all on the floor
Wanting to hold you
But I can't reach
My arm's tangled up in the door
Now you've broken your back
You can't sit up straight
I think we should pray

(Repeat CHORUS)

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