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Song Parodies -> "I Like Plaice"

Original Song Title:

"There's a Place"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"I Like Plaice"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

Plaice: flatfish similar to flounder
I like plaice,
Also coho,
But can't stand roe,
It tastes like glue,
Or a salt mine
It reeks of brine'leave it alone.

It stinks like roux
Made from old shoes,
Like sweaty Keds;
Unchanged wet beds.
Lose my lunch when I chew.

When I dine, I'll have sorrow,
If on my plate there's roe.
Your handbag I will borrow
In it the eggs will go.

There's a place
When I can blow
Lunch, spurred by roe,
Which made me spew.
In your handbag--
After I gag'
Stuck to your comb.

I like plaice. . . .

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upchuck - January 18, 2005 - Report this comment
i notice u seem 2 b pasting your lyrics...some have symbols in them...would you be pasting from, say, the boot newt sing-along page? really are tong, aren't you

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