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Song Parodies -> "Lost In the nineties tonight"

Original Song Title:

"Lost in the Fifties Tonight"

Original Performer:

Ronnie Milsap

Parody Song Title:

"Lost In the nineties tonight"

Parody Written by:

Arcade Junkie

The Lyrics

Let's go back to a decade, give or take 10 years.
Go back to '90
Follow my heart
Let's have the memories
glow in the dark
The Rachel haircut
blew me away
Turn on your boombox,
whenever they play....

(going to "In the Still of the night)
If that girl, is poison
Don't trust a big butt and a smile, oh
Shoo doo, shoo be doo, shoo do doo
Damn real, damn right, Lost in the nineties tonight


(back to original)
24 hours of sports talk on end
Internet access made me new friends
Watch "Living SIngle" 'til time disappears
Play some more Sonic whenever you hear...

(Back to "In the Still of the Night")
If that girl, Is poison
Don't trust a big butt and a smile, Word!
Shoo do, shoo be doo, shoo do doo
Damn real, damn right, lost in the nineties tonight

(break again)

Shoo do, shoo be do, shoo do do
Damn real, damn right, word....
Shoo do, shoo be do, shoo do do,
Damn real, damn right....(repeat 'til fade)

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