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Song Parodies -> "Now I Know Your Little Secret"

Original Song Title:

"Do You Want To Know A Secret"

Original Performer:

Beatles & Billy J Kramer

Parody Song Title:

"Now I Know Your Little Secret"

Parody Written by:

Glynn Leaney

The Lyrics

NOW I KNOW YOUR LITTLE SECRET

I didn’t know the things that you got up to.
I didn’t know how bad you really were.

Hey there, now I know your little secret.
Did you think you’d get away? Oh dear no.
Tell me, what’s it like inside your cell?
I would guess it’s merry hell!
Rather you than me ee.

What went and made you go and kill your wife?
Now you must pay; you’ve got life.

Hey there, I suppose it’s now no secret,
That you didn’t get away, oh dear no.
Sorry, but I think that you can tell,
From now on you’ll live in Hell.
Rather you than me, ee, ee, ee

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