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Song Parodies -> "It Takes a Time"

Original Song Title:

"It Takes a Thief"

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Parody Song Title:

"It Takes a Time"

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The Lyrics

Here is a song about how do you want to take themselves the time to return.
I stand
Stand above
You today
Elevator 303
Of this cheap ruse

Oh it's the time
I try to win the game, oh I try and I try
Then an exercise rides by on its way to nowhere
I survey, roaming the day
Oh well, the friend don't need a team
But the friend needs a hope in house

I touch
And go
Where the rain goes
Not in shitty vacations

I try to go outside, oh I try and I try
Then a thunderstorm slides by on its way to nowhere
I betray, raining the day
Oh well, the friend don't need a worker
The friend needs needs a helping hand

It takes a time to help our friend
It takes a time and it takes a friend
Or maybe friends walking to the ground
Then up in flames, another way of saying return

Oh I try and I try!
So we will eventually return.

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