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Song Parodies -> "Tearin' Up Your Face"

Original Song Title:

"Tearin' Up My Heart"

Original Performer:

N'Sync

Parody Song Title:

"Tearin' Up Your Face"

Parody Written by:

Robin Bird Fly

The Lyrics

Baby I dont understand
Just why you think we're lovers
Things are getting out of hand
Try to much but baby you cant win

Let me go
If you want to die let me know
You are down
on your knees
Cuz I knocked you on the floor

**CHORUS**
I'm tearin up your face when I'm with you
But when we are apart you feel it too
Cuz no matter what I do I feel the pain
When I look at you

Baby dont misunderstand
What I'm tryin to tell ya
In the corner of my mind
Baby I just wanna punch you in the eye

Let me go
If you want to die let me know
You are down
on your knees
Cuz I knocked you on the floo-or-oor

**Chrous**

Tearin up your face and limbs
We're apart you feel it too
and no matter how I hide
I feel the pain when I look at you

**Chorus**

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