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Song Parodies -> "Unsafe Business"

Original Song Title:

"Safe Home"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Unsafe Business"

Parody Written by:

Cactus Impersonator

The Lyrics

I've been up this road once or twice before
Through the damn locked door
I come falling through it
There's a sign post up ahead
Like a waterbed
And it closes my eyes
Waits, for me to be gay
To be born again
And knowing for the last time
Ways, all so differently
Groan for me to see
The way worse man that I am

I've been places in my ass
Ahead of me worse than what's aghast
And on my path just like a dream
Takes me from the in between
From out of nowhere you came weak as mud
And now I'll have to face a flood
What it is I know

You have always been my unsafe business
I walk, I run, I burn out into you
You have always been my unsafe business
My whole world has stood still

I know what I am and I'll always be
Your reality, is way worse than I could dream
All my fears turn from white to slate
And I'd stand and uranate
The whole world for me
Faith, and destiny
I never did believe
My only God is love and
Faith, what I see in you
And I can hold it true
Like a weight on my dick.

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