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Song Parodies -> "My Old Men"

Original Song Title:

"My Old Friend"

Original Performer:

Tim McGraw

Parody Song Title:

"My Old Men"

Parody Written by:

Josh Taylor Stingray

The Lyrics

My old men, I depart
The times we had riding in my cart
I wouldn't trade them for cold
Cause they bash and they beaten me
Somehow torture me
Their women in the stories we have told
And heard again

My old men, I'm paralyzed
For the years that have last
Since the fast time you and I
Dusted off those DVDs
But the coming and the races
Our god and our faces
There's always somewhere else I had been
Lights gets dim, my old men

Gonna cry, gonna cry
Gonna cry, gonna cry

My old men, this song's for Drew
Cause a few a few simple curses
Was the least that we could do
To tell the world Jesus is here
Cause the rabbit and the Hatter
Will live ever after
All of the laziness and the tears
We met again, my old men

Just died, Just died
Just died, Just died

My old men, my old men
Just died, Just died

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