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Song Parodies -> "Good Riddance to Bad Song Writing"

Original Song Title:

"Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Green Day

Parody Song Title:

"Good Riddance to Bad Song Writing"

Parody Written by:

Ian Parry

The Lyrics

Season of "Real World" ends, You're sure to hear this song
And at your senior prom they play it all night long
Looks back and montages and tributes to dead guys
And situations where the song doesn't apply

It's totally predictable
So please Mr. DJ
Try Third Eye Blind and put Green Day away

So pay ninety-nine cents and buy it on iTunes
Pour your heart into alternative-punk-blues
But wheren't these guys having trouble tryin' to sleep
Paranoid or stoned, when did they become so deep?

It's totally predictable
So DJ please choose right
Or else you'll spend some time with my knife

It's totally predictable
And four steps past cliche
Why not instead give us some nice Coldplay?

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Pacing: 2.2
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Overall Rating: 1.9

Total Votes: 12

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