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Song Parodies -> "Don't Mind Their Pleas, Angelina"

Original Song Title:

"Don't Cry For Me, Argentina"

Original Performer:

Madonna

Parody Song Title:

"Don't Mind Their Pleas, Angelina"

Parody Written by:

Royce Miller

The Lyrics

They hope you're easy, I think they're strange
They all try to explain how they feel
Seems they all want your love and they're sick, every one

You'd best believe me
They're all gathered around, in the woods
They see you dressed up in your cape
You're beautiful, even in hoods

I know they cannot help it, they cannot change
And they're loving your legs in those heels
Oh your skin is so flawless, you stay out of the sun

So run for freedom!
Salivating, they're all looking for you
But they don't impress you at all?
I never expected them to

Chorus:
Don't mind their pleas, Angelina
The truth is, they're off their rockers
They make their forays
With much persistence
So keep your distance, they love your knockers!

They've lost their marbles, you fan the flame
You cannot envision all this
And it seems very clear you are all they desire

They got delusions
They're not the ba ba sheep like they want to seem
They're writing bout you all the time
Just get on to grandma's, you dream

Don't mind their pleas, Angelina
The truth is, you're on my last nerve
They make their forays
With much persistence
They love your long legs
Just keep your distance!

Have we said too much?
There's nothing more I can say, but I'm warning you
And all you have to do is look at Amiright
I'm telling you the truth

Don't mind their pleas, Angelina!

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John Jenkins - February 26, 2006 - Report this comment
Excellent chorus, especially rockers/knockers!
Stuart McArthur - February 27, 2006 - Report this comment
wow, nice work, Royce, and unexpected - this is going into Brangelina, whether you intended it to or not* - although your insights into our obsession with Ms Jolie are square on the money - LOL - 555......

*er.....except if NOT intended - we Joliefiles are wusses at heart ;-)
Royce Miller - February 27, 2006 - Report this comment
Stuart, I'm glad you enjoyed it and thanks for putting it into your collection.
alvin rhodes - February 27, 2006 - Report this comment
nice job
Peregrin - February 27, 2006 - Report this comment
Loved it, specially the rockers and knockers connection :)
Rick C - March 02, 2006 - Report this comment
Excellent, Royce! I read this a couple of days ago but, apparently didn't vote or comment. (Sorry). Anyway, there are some great subs in here. 555
Stuart McArthur - November 24, 2008 - Report this comment
R.I.P. Royce

With lines like......
"The truth is, they're off their rockers
They make their forays
With much persistence
So keep your distance, they love your knockers!"

you will always be fondly remembered, and thanks again for this contribution to my "Brangelina" project

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