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Song Parodies -> "Hey, Can I Dream Now?"

Original Song Title:

"Who Can It Be Now?"

Original Performer:

Men At Work

Parody Song Title:

"Hey, Can I Dream Now?"

Parody Written by:

Men At Work Fan

The Lyrics

Dreams are odd...
Hey can I dream? I'd like to go to bed!
Go 'way, don't want you in my dream
Can't you see that it's almost morn?
I'm very tired, and don't wanna wake up yet.

All I wish to dream about....
Britney Spears, that teeny bopper babe
Best off if I take some pills
To help me sleep, and have a dream tonight.

[CHORUS] Hey, can I dream now? (4X)

Hey, can I dream? I wonder what?
They sometimes say,
You dream about the thing you think
Right before you fall asleep

And you are trapped, until the break of day
I've done no harm,
I keep to myself
There's nothing wrong with my state of mental health!

My dreams aren't always what they seem
Here it comes....THAT NIGHTMARE AGAIN!!


Is that Mike and Sulley come to take me away?
Or is it just a dream?
It's not the future that I can see...
...It's just my fantasy.



Hey, Can I Dream Now?
Hey, can I? Hey, can I?


YEAH, YEAH, yeah...
...but not as odd as this song! ;p

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