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A parody of “How You Remind Me” (Chad Kroeger, Mike Kroeger, Ryan Peake, Ryan Vikedal) and “Someday” (Chad Kroeger, Mike Kroeger, Ryan Peake, Ryan Vikedal) by Nickelback.

Nickelback has written one, maybe two, songs. Ever. They have a formula for tune creation. This song exposes and mocks the Nickelback formula used in their rock factory.

lyrics

Time to write another hit song
We have a formula for tune creation
Chord progression from the last song
Some lyrics vaguely ’bout a bad relation-
Ship, this is how we recycle
This is how we recycle
Every song that we make
This is how we recycle
Every song that we make

Same song, same sound
Resembles every song that we’ve put out
Why bother trying new things?
(So far nobody has noticed)
Same song, same notes
A different song would be harder to promote
This gives us more time to drink

We employ a stock arrangement
The ever-present soft and loud dynamic
A guitar alone and plaintive
The power chorded chorus sounds gigantic
And this is how we recycle
Every song that we make
This is how we recycle
Every song that we make

Same song, same sound
Resembles every song that we’ve put out
Why bother trying new things?
(So far nobody has noticed)
Same song, same notes
A different song would be harder to promote
This gives us more time to drink
(So far nobody has noticed)

*breakdown*

Chord progression from the last song
Some lyrics vaguely ’bout a bad relation-
Ship, this is how we recycle
This is how we recycle
This is how we recycle
Every song that we make
This verse sounds like the first one
Only took us one take

Same song, same sound
Resembles every song that we’ve put out
Why bother trying new things?
(So far nobody has noticed)
Same song, same notes
A different song would be harder to promote
This gives us more time to drink
(So far nobody has noticed)
Thank goodness nobody thinks
(So far nobody has noticed)
Too bad as artists we stink

credits

from Individual Results May Vary, released July 3, 2010

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Possible Oscar Minneapolis, Minnesota

Possible Oscar is a Minneapolis, MN based comedy rock act that specializes in original and parody songs. Their musical topics range from video games to nerd love, with stops at comic books and notable Hollywood movie sound effects. Possible Oscar’s sound is two great tastes that taste great together; they usually play rock music, but sometimes a little hip hop is in order. ... more

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