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Song Parodies -> "Pearl Harbor Anthem"

Original Song Title:

"There You'll Be"

Original Performer:

Faith Hill

Parody Song Title:

"Pearl Harbor Anthem"

Parody Written by:

Mike Flynn

The Lyrics

Why did this movie suck bad
Josh Hartnett can't act one bit
Tora! Tora! Tora! was better
then this big mess-around

When I look back at this flick
Con Air was much better
And I'll melt the reels

In my dreams I'll always see me punch out Michael Bay
In my brain I'll always know Tora! Tora! Tora! was better
Pearl Harbor was a bad film
And all that I know is it is bad

And all that I know is it is bad

Will you show me how it feels
to tear each reel in the country
to show that Pearl Harbor was bad
and Ebert hated it

I would have not made it through
Pearl Harbor without you
You were right there for me


I always knew that it would be an awesome flick
I went with you and we made it through the mess
You were right there for me (you were right there for me)
Yeah you were right there for me


And all that I know is it is bad

It is bad

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