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Song Parodies -> "10,000 Light Years Away"

Original Song Title:

"2,000 Light Years Away"

Original Performer:

Green Day

Parody Song Title:

"10,000 Light Years Away"

Parody Written by:

Fack Sabbath

The Lyrics

I drink alone in my bedroom
Listening to NOFX
What the fuck is 'Linoleum'
Is it a drink I don't like

I am punk in Dublin
Always remembered
Cos I'm 10,000 light years away

I sit alone in my bedroom
Eating more worms
Then I'll slit myself
I self harm to the music of Damon Albarn
Fuck you, 'Parklife' anyway
Everyday robots
Then I'm 10,000 light years away

Yes, away
Away, yay yay yay

I'll sleep alone in my living room
Telling you to fuck off
Whenever you'll due that's not right
That's not right to go breaking me apart

I've been always tiring
Slightly younger
Then I'm ten thousand light years away

I've been always lining
Slightly shit
Then I'm smacking my own bitch up

Yes, away
Away, yay, yay, yay, yay

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