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Song Parodies -> "Constant, Deep Depression"

Original Song Title:

"Tropical Depression"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Alan Jackson

Parody Song Title:

"Constant, Deep Depression"

Parody Written by:

Sad Cutter

The Lyrics

i look outside, see the sun
but in my mind, there's just gloom
i know if i had a gun
my sad life would be through
oh, but i don't, so i reach
for the only friend that i know
and then, i pull up my sleeve
and i just watch the blood flow

i'm in a constant, deep depression
i know it's more than the blues
i can't shake this hating me obsession
and now, there's blood on my shoes
the sting is like a short vacation
from my emotional pain
oh, but i know the truth, this constant deep depression
is gonna kill me one day

i wish i could say it's a lie
and find some hope inside me
but i know when i die
the better off i'll be

i'm in a constant deep depression
i know it's more than the blues
i can't shake this hating me obsession
and now, there's blood on my shoes
the sting is like a short vacation
from my emotional pain
oh, but i know the truth, this constant deep depression
is gonna kill me one day

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