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Pearl Jam

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The Lyrics

Another tribute to AmIRight If I forgot you, sorry, but the song isn't that long. Props out to DJ, Blo-town, Junior, Leb, GhettoJohn, and XXX
Jon, X said, have I got a parody for you
When you thought was your parody was nothin' but a...
While you were posting songs alone very daily,
Your parody votings were rising,
Sorry you didn't see it,
But I'm glad we post...

Oh I log on AmIRight
Hey, I, I log on AmIRight
Hey I log on AmIRight

Oh, Leb surfs quickly along the site' chatroom,
I said, I'm parodying "For You"
I can't remember what my last parody,
'Cept the votes, the votes...
Oh, DarkJon's there, Junior and B, the'yre all there...

I'm on AmIRight
Hey I log on AmIRight
Hey I log on AmIRight
Hey I, I, I'm on AmIRight, yeah
Ooh yeah...yeah yeah yeah...oh...oh...

Is something wrong, X said
We've got misheard lyrics
It's AmIRight Leb said
Oh, and full of parodies,
Is that the real song?
And if so...if so...who'll make fun...who'll make fun...

I log on AmIRight
Hey I log on AmIRight
Hey I log on AmIRight
Yeah I log on AmIRight
Yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah

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Voting Results

Pacing: 3.1
How Funny: 3.2
Overall Rating: 3.2

Total Votes: 11

Voting Breakdown

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    Pacing How Funny Overall Rating
 1   5
 2   0
 3   0
 4   1
 5   5

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Junior - December 23, 2002 - Report this comment
Thanks for the shoutout bro! Another great parody from the man.
Dark Jon to the 64 - December 23, 2002 - Report this comment
Funny stuff!
who ya burn front man chris - January 23, 2004 - Report this comment
you have no right to parody other peoples songs people who write real songs work reall hard and put there soul into there music im guessing you are angery becuase you cant write your own songs so you try to make fun of people who do so hows about you write a real song that came from deep within you then if you want to make fun it go ahead becuase its your song not someone elses
Guy - January 23, 2004 - Report this comment
Yes - I'm sure this also was Al Yankovic's motiviation as well. And we have every right to write this stuff, at least here in the USA as the constitution guarantees this right. Are you some kind of fascist?
Rick D - January 23, 2004 - Report this comment
And besides, some of us ARE talented songwriters who do this as a fun diversion to keep our brains working. Try out some of the links to peoples sites before you complain because someone makes fun of your favorite band.
dude - January 23, 2004 - Report this comment
who ya burn front man chris: you're clearly 12, just discovered how "awesome" Pearl Jam is, and feel the need to "protect" their "deep" songs. Trust me, Lame Jam has probably heard much worse by now, and quite deservedly so. So give it a rest. You can't even write a parody, let alone a unique song, so who cares about your pathetic rants?
Mari D - January 23, 2004 - Report this comment
who ya -- some of us who also write original songs (and sing them, too) would get a real kick out of someone parodying them. And you must be "angery" because you didn't check your spelling first.
S.T.G. - January 29, 2004 - Report this comment
I hadn't been notified of this until now. This is funny. Yes, Weird Al who used Staind's "Outside" in a polka, which easily takes the emotion away and makes it funny. Oh, and also "Misery" by Soul Asylum. That is an emotional song, but yet Weird Al made "Syndicated Incorperated" a hilarious song about syndication. So watch before you yak.

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