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Song Parodies -> "Bad Job"

Original Song Title:

"Mad World"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Tears For Fears

Parody Song Title:

"Bad Job"

Parody Written by:

Blade

The Lyrics

A day in the life of the local backstreet garage
All around me are cars waiting for a
Minor service, Major service
This sports car has a faulty spark plug
Going Nowhere, Going Nowhere
Hand is caught in the fuel manifold
Very Painful, Very Painful

And I find it funny, I find it kind of sad
The way in which customers pay upfront and feeling glad
I find it hard to tell them, they find it hard to take
When their cars suddenly breaks down its a very very,
Bad job, Bad Job,

People waiting for the day their cars will
Start up first time, start up first time
Come to me if your starter motor has
Burnt itself out, Burnt itself out
My fan belt urgently needs tightning right up
Overheated, Overheated
Hello dealer tell me what I owe you
Thank you so much, Thank you so much

And I find it funny, I find it kind of sad
The way in which customers pay upfront and feeling glad
I find it hard to tell them, they find it hard to take
When their cars suddenly break down its a very very,
Bad job, Bad Job,

Accept my Job

Bad Job.

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