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Song Parodies -> "Tennessee"

Original Song Title:

"Fantasy"

Original Performer:

Lian Ross

Parody Song Title:

"Tennessee"

Parody Written by:

Tokusou Sentai Blessranger

The Lyrics

Somewhere in Biloxi from miles away
Lived a working-class wise guy
One night in my dreams I heard him say
He'll be here right by my side

Southern slacker from Mississippi
Welcome to my town in Tennessee
Come into my world of hillbillies
Welcome home... to me!

I woke up at the top floor of my barn
Someone came and touched my arm
I've been filled with joy since that day
I woke up to hear him say

Southern slacker from Mississippi
Welcome to my town in Tennessee
Come into my world of hillbillies
Welcome home... to me!
Tennessee!
Tennessee!

Southern slacker from Mississippi
Welcome to my town in Tennessee
Come into my world of hillbillies
Welcome home... to me!

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