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Song Parodies -> "Watching Television"

Original Song Title:

"Loosing Myn Religion"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Watching Television"

Parody Written by:

Funny Girl

The Lyrics

Tv's bigger than your tv
And you don't have a tv like me
The extremes it goes to
It will amaze your eyes
oh now i payed to much to set it up

that's me in the corner that's me in the spot light
watching television trying to keep up with the remote
and i don't know if i can
oh no i've watched to much
i haven't watched enough
i thought i heard you laughing
i thought i heard you sing
i thought i heard you cry
every whisper in the theater

i was in there for an hour
choosing my seat
trying to choose a seat
like a blinded fool
oh no i've watched to much
i set it up
consider the hit of the century
consider this script
that brought me to my knees
what if all these fantsie movies
come flying out
i spelt my wrong sorry

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Bill Berry - June 06, 2004 - Report this comment
Hey, I loved it! However it's from the 90s.
Michael Stipe - June 07, 2004 - Report this comment
You may want to spell check your work next time before submitting it.

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