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Song Parodies -> "Dead (The ghost song)"

Original Song Title:

"Bad"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Michael Jackson

Parody Song Title:

"Dead (The ghost song)"

Parody Written by:

Mandy H. The Party-Chick

The Lyrics

Have you ever met a ghost? I'd like to :)
Your house is mine
Gon' tell you right
Don't enter in
Just come at daylight
I'm telling you
How the story goes
Gonna scare you fine
See, I'm a ghost

Come on
Come on
Is it scary?
All right

I'm giving you
On count of three
Just run and hide
Or you will freeze
I'm telling you
Just leave my house
I know your game
What you're about

Well, they say the sky's the limit
And to me that's really true
And, my friend, you have seen nothing
Just wait till I get through

Because I'm dead, I'm dead, come on
(Dead, dead, really really dead)
You know I'm dead, I'm dead, you know it
(Dead, dead, really really dead)
You know I'm dead, I'm dead, come on, you know
(Dead, dead, really really dead)
And the whole world has to answer right now
Just to tell you once again ...
WHO'S DEAD?

The word is out
Your face is pale
Gon' lock you up
Before it's too late
Your fearful eyes
Gon' tell you right
So listen up
Don't start to fight
My body's dead
I'm not a man
But my soul's alive
Got whiter hands

Well, they say the sky's the limit
And to me that's really true
And, my friend, you have seen nothing
Just wait till I get through

Because I'm dead, I'm dead, come on
(Dead, dead, really really dead)
You know I'm dead, I'm dead, you know it
(Dead, dead, really really dead)
You know I'm dead, I'm dead, you know it, you know
(Dead, dead, really really dead)
If you still don't understand what I said
I will ask you once again ...
WHO'S DEAD?

[INSTRUMENTAL BREAK]

Let's change the world tomorrow
This could be a better place
If you don't like what I'm saying
Then you can't slap my face

Because I'm dead, I'm dead, come on
(Dead, dead, really really dead)
You know I'm dead, I'm dead, you know it
(Dead, dead, really really dead)
You know I'm dead, I'm dead, you know it, you know
(Dead, dead, really really dead)
And the whole world has to answer right now
Just to tell you once again ...
I'm making - boo! I'm dead, you know it
(Dead, dead, really really dead)
You know I'm dead, I'm dead, boo!
(Dead, dead, really really dead)
You know I'm dead, I'm dead, you know it, you know
(Dead, dead, really really dead)
If you still don't understand what I said
I will ask you once again ...
WHO'S DEAD?

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Kimberly G. - May 13, 2004 - Report this comment
LMao...you're cold man! LMao
Phil Alexander - May 14, 2004 - Report this comment
Great idea and some lovely lines, but needs more consistency: is this your first parody here? If so, it's an excellent start.
blastfromthepast - June 27, 2009 - Report this comment
Now fiction has managed to keep up with reality. Now he IS dead (really really dead). Uncanny...

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