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Song Parodies -> "A Heart Needs Love"

Original Song Title:

"The Sky is Broken"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Moby

Parody Song Title:

"A Heart Needs Love"

Parody Written by:

Red Rebel

The Lyrics

See the world is broken
In the middle of the night
Nothing left here for me
It's washed away
The rain pushes
The buildings aside
The sky turns black
The sky

Wash it far
Push it out to sea
There's nothing left here
For me
I watch you lift up to the sky
I watch you crush me
And then I die

Speak to me, baby
In the middle of the night
Pull your mouth
Close to mine
I can see the wind coming down
Like black night

So speak to me
Like the wind's outside
It's broken up, pushing us
Hear the rain fall
See the wind come to my eyes
See the world broken
Now nothing

Speak to me, baby
In the middle of the night
Speak to me
Hold your mouth to mine
'Cause the world is breaking
It's deeper than love
I know the way you feel
Like the rain's outside
Speak to me

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