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Song Parodies -> "Missionary Bond"

Original Song Title:

"Radio Free"

Original Performer:

Dawn Richard

Parody Song Title:

"Missionary Bond"

Parody Written by:

Duc4AmIRight

The Lyrics

Here's a song all about the missionary bond.
Where do you go when the missionairy down?
Who are you now
When no one's around?

She winnin', she winnin' herself
She not sellin' the videos, need help
They say she not taping, she fell
Someone please save her, she in the day (Yeah)
They only love her if she makin' money
When it stop, they lookin' for the next big time
Now you walkin' 'round sayin', "Fuck the secretary"
Numb to the pain like you drinkin' codeine

Oh, where do you go when the missionary down? (When the missionary down)
Who are you now
When they turned around?
Where do you go when the missionary down? (When the missionary down)
Don't lose sound (Lose sound)
Pay your bond loud
Pay your bond

Where do you go when the missionary down?
Who are you now
When no one's around?
Hey, hey
Where do you go when the missionary down? (The missionary, ooh)
Will gain health (The mission)
Pay your bond loud
We are the missionary.

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