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Song Parodies -> "3 Assignments In One Day"

Original Song Title:

"4 Seasons In One Day"

Original Performer:

Crowded House

Parody Song Title:

"3 Assignments In One Day"

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The Lyrics

Line 3 - refers to the Maori World, its gone.... or is it yet to come????Temp - short for TemperatureMost of this was written when thinking about Teacher-Student relations
3 assignments in one day
Trawling the wastes of your imagination
Worlds that have gone and worlds to come
The sun bursting through your window
On and into .... your brain
Even when your feeling warmth
The temp will often drop away
When threres 3 assignments in one day

Throwing the s**t around
People often asking what I have to say
Everything is upside down
I'll re-write it all again (again)
Then she tells me that I'll have....
Have to explain it further still
All these things I could explain

3 assignments in one day
Sweat wells up
Theres pain, the pain
Fills those cups
Like 3 assignments due that day

There are trials and stipulations
Tossing in your bed
Wonderin' if there'll be comfort or will it be pain
Only one line away

3 Assignments in one day
Fill those cups - refers to the ones sitting beside you

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