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Song Parodies -> "Virus"

Original Song Title:

"Iris"

Original Performer:

Goo Goo Dolls

Parody Song Title:

"Virus"

Parody Written by:

Dylan Sevey

The Lyrics

For computer people
And I'd give my computer to rid you
Cuz I know that you bug me somehow
You're the closest to hell that I will ever be
Cuz I can't find my homepage right now!

And I'd wish you go into a coma
So they could suck out all your life
And when you are finally over
I think that I'll go online that night

Chorus:
And I don't want the world to see you
Cuz I don't think that they'd understand
When computer's are made to be broken
I think that you will know who I am

And I can't fight the tears that are coming
Or the moment of you I despise
Well, now I am stuck at the movies
And I bleed to make sure I'm alive

Chorus

(Instrumental break)

Chorus

Chorus
I think that you will know who I am
I think that you will know who I am
I think that you will know who I am

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