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Song Parodies -> "All These Many Years"

Original Song Title:

"Oh So Many Years"

Original Performer:

Everly Brothers

Parody Song Title:

"All These Many Years"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

I have sung this song so long that nobody has ever known
Nobody's ever known I hate this song
I kept it as a secret right inside my heart till now
I have been singing this song all these many years

Each week on tour I know that you'd like for me to sing this now
And pray to God I'll think that that's alright
But every week I sing this song compounds my deepest fears
I never forgot this song for so many years

I'll go on pretending that I ever loved this song
And smile although I know something's not right
When it comes to this song I find it drowned by jeers
I hated this song badly, every single year

I feel that this song will mean somehow we'll meet again
But then we could see that we'd start anew
And one day soon you'll make me feel you'd vanquished all these fears
But I still hate this song now, after many years.

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