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"School (Misheard version)"

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Alan the Ottoman

The Lyrics

That's right! The #2 misheard band returns with another misheard parody... from their own debut album! It takes place at the 89X station in Detroit.
Dave Hunter: Here's Inspector Clouseau and the Pink Panthers here with some new music.
Alan: Thanks, Dave. This song is from Nirvana's 1989 debut album, Bleach. It's called School. Hit it.

What you believe in is just not love (4*)

No resets (3*)

What you believe in is just not love (4*)

No resets (3*)

You're in our school again (8*)

No resets (7*)

Chuck the Freak: That doesn't quite like School to me
Alan: Why not? You've probably misheard Nirvana too.
I pretty much put in what I misheard.

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Pacing: 5.0
How Funny: 5.0
Overall Rating: 5.0

Total Votes: 2

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The Rev. A. Palgut - May 22, 2006 - Report this comment
BTW, Dave Hunter and Chuck the Freak host the Morning X weekdays 5:30-10:00 on the only new rock alternative... 89X.
Stephen Harrington - May 23, 2006 - Report this comment
555, good, would of like alittle more variety in the lyrics, but this song is tricky to do that way(I know from doing a parody of it myself).

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