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Song Parodies -> "Unlucky"

Original Song Title:

"Lucky"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Britney Spears

Parody Song Title:

"Unlucky"

Parody Written by:

Sarah Covey

The Lyrics

Early mornin', she wakes up
You can hear her drop on the floor
Time for make-up, a perfect smiles
Cuz she gets paid to look like a whore
Bay-Bay

Isn't she lucky?
This silicone girl
But she says she's unlucky
Cuz she's a star
So she cry-cry-cries
In her brand new car
We're thinkin
There is nothin missin in her life
So why can't she end this with a knife

"Feel sorry for me"
I didn't want
To be such a great big star
So I'll keep wearin' nothing
Keep the boys heads turnin
But what happens when CD sales stop?
bay-bay

Isn't she lucky
This silicone girl?
But she says she's unlucky
Cuz she's a star
So she cry-cry-cries
In her brand new car
We're thinkin
There is nothin missin in her life
So why can't she end this with a knife

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Pacing: 4.2
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Overall Rating: 4.2

Total Votes: 19

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