Song Done Wrong
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Song Done Wrong

♪♫ Abbreviatin’

a song parody of “Levitating” by Dua Lipa

Dua Lipa / source

If you wanna talk to me, I have this little quirk, you see
A speech impediment of sorts
I hate to have to say a word or phrase in its entirety —
I much prefer to keep things short

Just an FYI, might be TMI,
Brevity’s the soul of wit — 
Don’t expect me to recite the…

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Celebrating music through song parody. With an emphasis on hilarity.

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