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Song Parodies -> "What Do You Care?"

Original Song Title:

"Like A Prayer"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"What Do You Care?"

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The Lyrics

from "The Inaccurate Confection". More surreal philosophizing that wrote itself.

Slight is my history
It will be on my tombstone
We will all be the same
Nothing but white bone

We are all the same, but what do you care
The birds and the bees, some things in the air
In the ivory tower, things are smelling sour
But what do you care, and why do you just stare?

I have no choice, beyond the range of hearing
I hear no noise, I have no choice
Who is spying?
Who are the spies? Now who is that calling?
Don't ask me why. Who are the spies?
Why do they watch me?

In our file, your life is simply
Just a role---you were beguiled
Stop the dancing!
Forget to dream, you lose, there is no winning
We have just pity, forget to dream
Feel the bee sting

Now what do you care? You've seen my underwear
Just abuse for me, all through my history
It just may seem that there is no dream
Just what do you care? Your toys, the noise
Will make you dare

Now what do you care?
I will go there
That's all it is to me
Copyright 2001, Agrimorfee.

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