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Song Parodies -> "Broken Arms"

Original Song Title:

"Open Arms"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Broken Arms"

Parody Written by:

D. Shafer

The Lyrics

Left in the gutter, near Central Park
Joining the victims of crime
As Sal approached me, waving a knife
I felt a blow from behind
My life flashed before me
I heard my bones grind
Yet I managed to survive

So hold can I hold you, with broken arms?
Wearing two casts, do fractures heal fast?
So here I am with broken arms
Do you believe what those thugs did to me?
Broken arms

I held three aces, Vinny showed four
Then came that knock at my door
Needing an Uzi, armed with a bat
Knowing what there was in store
I jumped out the window
And slipped out of sight
Until Friday night..


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Leah Lockhart - November 22, 2003 - Report this comment
I'm impressed by your taking on Journey's Greatest Hits... this one made me laugh ;-)
Diva - November 22, 2003 - Report this comment
Good work, D.
DarthPaul85 - December 02, 2003 - Report this comment
I was tempted to do a parody of this song by the same title, but I think yours is good enough for me :) Is the song really this short?

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