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Song Parodies -> "Me and I"

Original Song Title:

"You and I"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Me and I"

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The Lyrics

Here's a song about the dusk and the dawn.
It's a light
I can always count on
By my side
The things that I can't explain
Me and I
I was always with myself
Like a dawn
From inside

(I stay silent)

Now you're gone
And I'm left here running
Just recall some things
The things I want to throw away
I can try
But it's so horrible
It feels like there's a hole inside
That just won't go away

You can take your place up in the sky
I will find a way to get it on down here
(I stay si-, silent, hey)
Just as long as you are speak
(I stay silent, I stay silent)
We can only make it if we try
There's a reason why he left us all up here
(I stay si-, I stay silent)
Come whisper in my ear
(I stay silent)

You can take your place up in the sky
Well good. Dusk is an interesting choice.

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