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Song Parodies -> "Damian and Wendy"

Original Song Title:

"Lady Madonna"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Damian and Wendy"

Parody Written by:

giblet o'sarcasm

The Lyrics

A tribute to a couple of co-workers, who keep my workday interesting by giving Don Rickles a run for his money. The latest 'Take This Job and Sing It' entry
Damian and Wendy
On the job with glee
Love to tease and needle me playfully

Thanks to their ribbing
I am never bored
Must be why I keep coming back for more

Their creative insults are fantastic
Have to chuckle when I hear each one
Though they may seem drippingly sarcastic
It's all in fun

Damian and Wendy
Without even trying
Always have me laughing until I'm crying


It's all in fun

Damian and Wendy
When they're cutting loose
I can't wait for more tongue-in-cheek abuse


Envelopes I often have to copy
To my wife they say make confession
An affair I'm having with the Canon
It's all in fun

Damian and Wendy
Don't know what I'd do
If it weren't for daily barbs from these two
Copyright 2014 Giblet O'Sarcasm

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