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Song Parodies -> "Be Me"

Original Song Title:

"Free Me"

Original Performer:

Roger Daltrey

Parody Song Title:

"Be Me"

Parody Written by:

Malcolm Higgins

The Lyrics

for those of you who ktos, these next five or so should be good
be me, can't you feel, that's what I say
be me no you can't not any way

I hear a voice, was that my name?
can I do more, more of the same?
amiright place, left leaning guys
we know their words, we feel their lies
can't you hear me say
can't you hear me say
can't you hear me say
be me

be me be me
that's what you're needing, you can't be
be me just keep your pain and misery

I am insane, devil's own choir,
call me a fool, but I am no liar
I do this well, and now I say
can't you hear me say
can't you hear me say
can't you hear me say
be me

be me

I lie at night, songs from inside
outwards they come, these I can't hide
now here this time, read this from me
words never change, rhyme is the key
can't you hear me say
can't you hear me say
can't you hear me say
be me

be me, can't you feel, that's what I say
be me no you can't not any way


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