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Song Parodies -> "Slay Together"

Original Song Title:

"Stay Together"

Original Performer:

Suede

Parody Song Title:

"Slay Together"

Parody Written by:

Fack Sabbath

The Lyrics

How do you remember your mum
Even in the matters of midst
Something in the showers so fine
Even if you cannot remember a thing
If you slay Perrie Edwards so fine
Then Zayn Malik could have been died

Slay together
Slay together as five, I say
Slay together
Two eyed only living as five

Even if the sun so shines
Remembering Brixton as a time of excuse
Wishing that Manhattan used to scream
It could be so retiring if it went to Falkirk

Slay together
Slay together as four, I know
Slay together
Slay together in the yes, as only as thirtysix
Slay together
Slat together as only six, I know
Slay together
Slay together as only thirteen, I know

Essex dogs in the Joey Essex mind
It's well reem if you remember it now
The Sugar Hut is where we all stand
It's already left Toto and Eric Clapton

Slay together
Slay together as thirteen can be one, oh no
Slay together
Slay together as twelve as can be, yes yeah

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