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Song Parodies -> "The John's Not Open"

Original Song Title:

"With Arms Wide Open"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Creed

Parody Song Title:

"The John's Not Open"

Parody Written by:

Mikey F

The Lyrics

Well I drove up to a rest place
I needed to remove some waste
I knocked twice, and a man did say
"its occupied, please go away!"

The John's not open
it is occupied
I cannot use this place
I gotta remove waste
the John's not open

well I don't know how long he'll be
but in Women's, stalls may be free
Ill take a breath, Ill ignore the sign
try ev'ry stall, I'm on the back of line

The John's not open
it is occupied
I cannot use this place
I gotta remove waste
the John's not open

all's used in this place
I cant find one
where I could put my waste
The John's not open

if I could only piss
since I cant, I'm damned
Ill just go find a tree
and then remove my pants
then I would walk up right
to find I missed my chance
there's now an open stall
The John is open
MFLORIO45@hotmail.com

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yoidy - June 27, 2003 - Report this comment
pretty neat pretty neat alri
Wild Man - June 27, 2003 - Report this comment
Good job Mikey.

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