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Song Parodies -> "In Tune"

Original Song Title:

"In Bloom"

Original Performer:

Nirvana

Parody Song Title:

"In Tune"

Parody Written by:

Eric Thomas

The Lyrics

How fitting. The guitar solo from In Bloom is anything but In Tune
Plays guitars in tune
Sure, yeah right, not soon
Kurt plays with the strings
Mutilates the things
Yeah!
He's the one.
And he likes to have some fun
And he hates to use his thumb
His fingers are a scrum
But he wont know how it sounds
and i say yah!
He can play some more
The Mustang is a whore.
Bruises to the core
To play in tune once more.
Yeah!
Copywrite me (im sure u'd love to steal it, eh?)

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Concerned citizen - May 09, 2004 - Report this comment
Actually, he plays a "Jagstang" -- a creation of his own that mixes the Fender Jaguar and Mustang. Just incase you didn't know.

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