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Song Parodies -> "I'm Crappy When I Dance With You"

Original Song Title:

"I'm Happy Just to Dance With You"

Original Performer:

Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"I'm Crappy When I Dance With You"

Parody Written by:

Rick Duncan

The Lyrics

Since I mocked all the Beatle' songs several years ago, I thought I'd add them to the HUGE number that's already here. Maybe there's a few that haven't been done yet
Although to dance is cool
I know I'll be a fool
Cause I'm crappy when I dance with you

I'm just not a very graceful guy
It's hilarious to watch me try
There is so much other stuff that I can do
I'm so crappy when I dance with you

I can't seem to keep a decent beat
I think I was born with two left feet
I don't want to make your toes all black and blue
Cause I'm crappy when I dance with you

When I dance with you
The other people stare
When I shake my legs
They all start throwing eggs
That's what happens when you dance with me

If sombody wants to take my place
I'll just hand you to someone with grace
If I trip and break your leg I know you'll sue
Cause I'm crappy when I dance with you
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