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Song Parodies -> "The Scotch Drinker's Bile"

Original Song Title:

"The Watchmaker's Dial"

Original Performer:

Greg Graffin

Parody Song Title:

"The Scotch Drinker's Bile"

Parody Written by:

Chris Kilo

The Lyrics

No I'm not a scotch-drinker. Im kinda underage anyway haha.
I'm knocking back my whiskey,
Brewed in Scotland, tastes so great
I'm ruining my liver
I've knocked back a whole crate
Oh the malt it soothes depression
But it drives away my date
Drink like it's going out of style
It's far too late for the scotch-drinker's bile

In the best brewed malts in history
Lies my sobreity shot to hell
And a record held for chugging it
Is a status that I sell
To reach inebriation, that would be oh so very swell!
Drink like it's going out of style
Liver is shot, oh the scotch-drinker's bile
It's far too late for the scotch-drinker's bile
bile is the stuff in your liver, by the way...

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