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Song Parodies -> "Spank You"

Original Song Title:

"Thank You"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Spank You"

Parody Written by:

Rick L.

The Lyrics

I'm shaved and bold, I'm wondering why,
But I cannot recall.
I get undressed and stood by my window
They could see it all

The women watching, they are all gay
They have my picture on their wall
It reminds me, that I need clean clads,
I never had, it makes me sad

I ate so much last night, I could not pay
The restaurant went insane
Who do they think that they are, anyway
I got undressed again
They told me that I should
I did not ask why
Police took me away
But when you pay me,
It's no bad, it's just so sad

Cause I,
Want to spank you
For utterly ruining my life.
And oh,
Just to be with you
Makes me feel guilty towards your wife

Rush to the bathroom fast,
Too late, I'm soaking through and through
There is no use for a towell
What kind of thinking do you do?
I wonder if my pants falls down now
Would I have a clue
Would you see me?

Cause I'd,
Need to spank you
For utterly ruining my life
And oh,
Just to be with you
Makes me feel guilty towards your wif

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