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Song Parodies -> "Spider-Man"

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Original Performer:

Pearl Jam

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Two-Faced Goblin

The Lyrics

This song is about the recent SPIDER-MAN movie. How much did it rock?!
Once bitten. Peter's now not so shy.
Body's getting buff, feels like he can fly.
Walks on the walls, with thoughts he can't help thinking.
Future's ahead, but in the past he's slow and sinking.
Coulda caught a criminal. Cursed the day he let him go.

Isn't he something, Spider-Man?

She once went out, with any jock who looked half-good.
One day she changed. Took the geek's side.
Angry words from each corner of a tiny Queens house.
MJ escapes. They're left inside... Oh well...
And with great power, comes great responsibility. Oh, oh, oh...

Isn't he something, Spider-Man?

Oh, he can't tell her (he can't tell her).
Oh, he can't risk her, what if she's blown away?
Oh, by the Goblin. Yeah, by the Goblin.
Ha, ah, ha, ha...

Isn't he something, Spider-Man?
Isn't he something, Spider-Man?
Oh, ohh... ohh...

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Pacing: 4.2
How Funny: 3.5
Overall Rating: 4.0

Total Votes: 4

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