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Song Parodies -> "Baaad - He's a Werewolf!"

Original Song Title:

"Glad She's a Woman"

Original Performer:

Bobby Goldsboro

Parody Song Title:

"Baaad - He's a Werewolf!"

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The Lyrics

As he sits on the doorstep
He's drinking his beer
As the clouds turn from grey
To rose fluff.

It's that time of the month
When the full moon will rise
He turns into a werewolf.

And you can see the hair
On his face and on his paws
I see him morphing in the buff
From the average Joe I married
Into a werewolf
He's so baaad - he's a werewolf.

Late at night
While I'm awake
And I'm waiting for the kids
Cause it's time to come
Home from the party.

I put my hand on the bolt
There's monsters outside
Then they smile
And say, "Where is Daddy?".

When the full moon starts to wane
They're my family again
I see him changing back to my man
To the average Joe I married
From a wolf into a human.

Though a wolf can be more fun.
Nothing rhymes in the OS so I tried my best.

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