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Song Parodies -> "Pikachu"

Original Song Title:

"Be With You"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Enrique Iglesias

Parody Song Title:

"Pikachu"

Parody Written by:

Junior

The Lyrics

Remember Pokemon? Those were the days....(haha)
Monday night I watched this show
It had a creature named Do-dri-o
I like the sound of Blastoise
Or a Slowbro
Celebi, Ho-oh's gold
That tree looks kinda like Sudowoodo
Mew is fast, Articuno's cold
Yet I'm all alone

Not an Entai
Or a Piloswine
Maybe I'll take Mr. Mime

Want a Pokemon
I just want a Pikachu
Not a Kang-a-skan
I want a Pikachu
Want a Pikachu

I can't sleep and I'm up all night
In my dreams I see Totodile
I know that Alakazam
beats Magnamite

Did you know Goldeen
Grows into Seaking
I need a Pikachu some how

[Repeat Chorus]

Want a pokemon
Who said I like Voltorb now
No Kang-a-skan
I just want a Pikachu

[Repeat Chorus]

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lebeiw15 - June 24, 2003 - Report this comment
I don't know anything about Pokemon, but I liked this song =D Good job..
wdh - June 24, 2003 - Report this comment
Nice job on today's 2nd Pikachu parody!

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