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Song Parodies -> "The Film"

Original Song Title:

"The Game"

Original Performer:

Liz Phair

Parody Song Title:

"The Film"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

Here's a song all about the film industry.
You don't remember, do you
How many times I've saw Black Widow?
Don't mean nothing to you
Our separate lives, our lonely days

Suddenly, you're asking me to do
What do you want me to do?

By this time tomorrow you're gonna keeping the Widow
And every time I think we're solid
You saw the film

Didn't you hear the gunfires, baby?
Didn't you see the widow? So don't complain

If this time tomorrow you're gonna be so far away
And every time I think we're amazing
You change the film

You have my affection
Any time, any place
Call it watching it
Call it love or the watch

But, oh, if you would give me your quiet audience
Instead of giving me so much space

By this time tomorrow you're gonna be so far away
And every time I think we're quiet
You change
Don't worry! Be quiet! Our movie is about to start!

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