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Song Parodies -> "On The Internet"

Original Song Title:

"Under The Bridge"

Original Performer:

Red Hot Chili Peppers

Parody Song Title:

"On The Internet"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

Sometimes I feel
Like I can't get connected
Sometimes I feel
I need to get cable
It's my service provider
It's called AOL
Whenever I get on
I get disconnected

I surf on the net
With nothing else to do
I chat in the rooms
With nothing to say
I see all these websites
Wonder where they come from
I do have a life
Now that is a lie

Now please dont ever tell
On the site I go to
Take me to my favorite place

It's hard to believe
That there's somebody out there
It's hard to believe
That I'm all alone
At least I have the net
To play on when I'm bored
Lonely as I am
The net is my friend

Now please dont ever tell
On the site I go to
Take me to my favorite place

On the internet cyberspace
Is where I met my wife
On the internet cyberspace
I could not get enough
On the internet cyberspace
I finally met my love
On the internet cyberspace
Now I got my life back

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