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Song Parodies -> "A Day In The USSR"

Original Song Title:

"A Day In The Life"

Original Performer:

The Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"A Day In The USSR"

Parody Written by:

Fack Sabbath

The Lyrics

I heard the news tonight, oh boy as Ingatestone had lost it left Before we all turned and popped away
You never ever see, you never ever see how many years I go on
And on, on all the way back down
Oh yes, I turn away and face the truth of how many Vietnam vets it took to fill Liverpudlian dinners I'm going blind

Woke up, got out of bed
Read a book and turned away up Did you see the book I read then

No, it wasn't HR Tolken
or Stravinsky
Between the buried and me nowt I finally say it was of course Tommy

How do you know that the dead is reading High Fidelity

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Max Power - January 07, 2013 - Report this comment
Sorry but it's poorly paced and you didn't even parody the entire song. The lyrics are all over the place, try listening to the song and read the lyrics on azlyrics site.

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