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Song Parodies -> "Smirch Day"

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"Smirch Day"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

You say it’s a smirch day,
shirt besmirched with poo—yech!
Not OK a smirch day. . .
could not have been a good wipe.
Too bad it’s a smirch day;
crappy smirch day for you.

If it had been only farty-farty,
you would not need a detergent hardy.
Getting out of the loo you were tardy.

Your poor shirt tail ain’t blank (smirch day),
and it’s sure looking rank! (smirch day)
SOME of it’s in the tank.
Smirch day—rank!

The tail’s no longer blank (shirt’s stained)
and it’s sure looking rank! shirt’s stained
It’s starting to feel dank.
Shirt stain’s rank!

There’s stains on your shirt tail. . .
smelly smirch day and you wail.
There’s stains on your smirched tail—
you should have made better time.
Looks bad on your shirt tail—
crappy shirt tail—loo-doo.

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Pacing: 2.3
How Funny: 2.3
Overall Rating: 2.3

Total Votes: 3

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