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Song Parodies -> "The Helicopter"

Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

New Monkees

Parody Song Title:

"The Helicopter"

Parody Written by:

Johnny Nguyen

The Lyrics

Your eyes have told me
All that I need to know
I didn't need a new flight
Just to tell me so
Oh no
Your rotor remind me
That I'm you're on flght
And in the game of flight I never can win

Your words are on flight
But I don't want out
Every time I go to I am not dying
I find myself coming back for more

Chopper what you do to me
I really love the voice
Oh you didn't die right through me

My senses tell me
I can't leave you alone
This is the greatest flight
I think I've ever known
Every night it setttles
A day's flifgt
Down inside of me
A flight reaction of the third degree

Your words they tempt me
But I want it that way
Every time I am not dying
I find myself coming back for more


Your words are a flight...
I wonder if I'll ever get enough of century


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