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Song Parodies -> "Cut"

Original Song Title:

"Would"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Alice In Chains

Parody Song Title:

"Cut"

Parody Written by:

Billy Boyd

The Lyrics

I may regret submitting this one. About a former bad habit of mine...self-injury. Though, I no longer do it, sometimes I still struggle with the depression that caused it in the past. So, I thought I'd try to write about it, instead of doing it. I'd usually write an original song or poem, but listening to 'Would' the words came to me. Maybe not the best or elequent (sp?) but just what I was thinking. This has no moral or lesson, just a pure case of venting of anger and self pity. I have a feeling this parody will probably go ignored, but in this case, that's okay with me.
Hello, my old friend, the razor
been so long, but this hurt, cannot take it

Spilling the blood again
same old drip there was back then
Seems, my life is just mistakes
nothing right has come my way

Left here, all alone, deserted
and now, all there is just hurting

Spilling the blood again
same old drip there was back then
Trying was a big mistake
failure's blown my hopes away

Spilling the blood again
same old drip there was back then
Still pain, but I'm glad to trade
my wrist takes emotion's place

Don't say I'm wrong
know my feelings, no, you don't
I'm alone
and feeling, oh, so cold
I'm not strong
but trying just so hard to hang on, yeah
Tried so long
and now, it's all I've got
So, I cut, it's through



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Voting Results

 
Pacing: 4.6
How Funny: 2.4
Overall Rating: 4.4

Total Votes: 5

Voting Breakdown

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Peter Andersson a.k.a K1chyd - January 19, 2006 - Report this comment
Self-injury is a concept I never mastered. Well, at least not to grasp on a psychological level. Writing about ones problem is really good therapy though, or so I've heard, and everyone deserves to have at least on comment and/or vote on their parodies so I thought I'd be the one here, since this is one of my three fav AiC songs. And 414 seems to be a far vote so I'll leave that too.
Stephen Harrington - January 19, 2006 - Report this comment
534, not too bad an idea to try, came out alittle flat. Still good job for trying. ^___^
Peter Andersson Again - January 19, 2006 - Report this comment
I guess what I meant what was "one comment" and "fair vote". Note to self: After practice, first food, then going online.
AFW - January 19, 2006 - Report this comment
I commend you for overcoming your problem...and I'm sure it took courage to write this, and, no doubt, it will help others with this condition, my fives..
Red Ant - January 19, 2006 - Report this comment
I never miss an AiC parody, but I'm afraid my marks here won't be stellar. The choruses are paced perfectly, the rest has some problems. As for the topic, it's not funny though I know you weren't shooting for that at all. Not insulting either which is the only case where I 1-vote funny anymore. So, I'll vote 424. Had the pacing been better it would be 525. But you shouldn't regret submitting this one at all.

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