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Song Parodies -> "Hitting David Beckham"

Original Song Title:

"Shiny Happy People"

Original Performer:

R.E.M.

Parody Song Title:

"Hitting David Beckham"

Parody Written by:

Jim A

The Lyrics

Half time comes around
losing, losing
Throw your weight around
Fergie, fergie
where's the boot gone now
Beckham, Beckham
knocked that player out -
don't need stitches though
that was out of line

Hitting David Beckham's not the plan
(Hitting David Beckham sharply)

Everybody now,
joking, joking
he'd have missed that man
Giggsy, Giggsy
Hairband is supplied
milk it, milk it
newspapers are out
him and not his wife
and the girls from spice

Hitting David Beckham's not the plan
(Hitting David Beckham sharply)
Hitting David Beckham's not the plan
(Hitting David Beckham sharply)

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Nickelback girl - February 21, 2003 - Report this comment
lol! thats a good one!

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