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Song Parodies -> "Panic"

Original Song Title:

"Panic"

Original Performer:

The Smiths

Parody Song Title:

"Panic"

Parody Written by:

Jim A

The Lyrics

Panic in the pads of House DJs
Panic on the till at Gatecrasher
I purchased a ticket
must've been the only one
The "Cream massive" crowd has gone down
I'm in there by myself
and people in their twenties
recreating their teenage years
and they run out
from the clubs thats in this town
But they're dancing to the sounds of Birtney
super-clubs are history
I'm dancing by myself

close down superclubs
sack all of the DJs
because the money they consistantly make
in the clubs where they attract no night-life
sack all of the DJs
'cause of the money they consistantly make

in the spots round here that you go round
provicial clubs get knocked down
sack the DJ, sack the DJ, sack the DJ
sack the DJ, sack the DJ, sack the DJ
sack the DJ, sack the DJ, sack the DJ
sack the DJ, sack the DJ, sack the DJ

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