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Song Parodies -> "You're a Goth"

Original Song Title:

"You're A God"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Vertical Horizon

Parody Song Title:

"You're a Goth"

Parody Written by:

Abysmalica

The Lyrics

I'm gonna be honest
I think you're stuck
White and black face's pretty repulsive
What's more with the clothing, oh god
Leather and velvet in the summer?

Never again, no...
Don't wear black again!

Chorus:
Cos you're a goth
And I am not
And I just thought you plainly suck
You're a goth
Yeah I'm a jock
And my advice : You get a life!

But I've been unable
To put you out
"Vampyric" stuff you know that's crap
Fake fangs and teen-angst, so
Put your hand on forehead and start to whine

Never again, no...
Don't wear black again!

Chorus

You're a goth
(Oh and I'm a prep)
And i just thought you're pretty lame
(Oh I thought you're really lame)

You're a god
(Oh and I'm a jock)
And i just think i'd vomit now

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Total Votes: 29

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