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Song Parodies -> "Labrador"

Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

George Strait

Parody Song Title:


Parody Written by:

Greg Swartzentruber

The Lyrics


I can still fetch a stick
And my private’s lick
When I’m done I still sniff my poo
Pet hotels and easy bitches
Lord I still scratch when it itches
And I might even hump a leg or two

Sometimes I feel like Scooby Doo
Like I never aged, don’t you?
And nothing’s gonna change my canine self
I was a young Labrador
When I first howled at the moon
And I’ll be an old Labrador
Doggone soon

Well, the truth about my owner,
Is that my danged old owner
Don't seem to care I’ve grown long in the tooth,
He just knows what's deep inside.
I may be old but he don’t mind
Our friendship’s still the same as in my youth.

(Repeat Chorus)

I was a young Labrador
When I first howled at the moon
And I’ll be an old Labrador
Doggone soon
And I’ll be an old Labrador
Doggone soon

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