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Song Parodies -> "Within You Without Others"

Original Song Title:

"Within You Without You"

Original Performer:

The Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"Within You Without Others"

Parody Written by:

Evan L. Heller

The Lyrics

We were talking about things which make little sense;
And of people who act restrained and very tense.
They don't see it. They think they are fine.
Then it's far too late when they get carried awa-ay.

We were talking about a point which I'd brought up.
He got angry and said "That's wrong" then yelled "Shut up!".
With their hate, with their pai-ain
They will ruin the world. If you only kne-ew-ew-ew-ew-ew-ew!

Try to see beyond the realm of "you"
And maybe you'll find a friend is there.
Instead of correcting everything I say
And finding excuses to argue with me.

{instrumental break}

We were talking about people's priorities.
When we see them, we realize they are diseased.
You don't know. You won't see-ee-ee-ee-ee.
"Cause you're one of them!

When you start thinking of others
Then you will find that you'll be happier.

But because you're so mentally ill
Then you shall find that your life will be much shabbier.

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