Your favorite "Parody" songs

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    Dread Zep is definitely a parody band but they seem to just be singing the real lyrics just in a really bad way.

    I think of Parody Songs more in line with what Weird Al does, take a song and keep the music but completely change the words.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jumper_Dad View Post
    Dread Zep is definitely a parody band but they seem to just be singing the real lyrics just in a really bad way.

    I think of Parody Songs more in line with what Weird Al does, take a song and keep the music but completely change the words.
    I agree

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