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Song Parodies -> "She Leaves A Bad Aroma"

Original Song Title:

"Arrivederci Roma"

Original Performer:

Dean Martin or Perry Como

Parody Song Title:

"She Leaves A Bad Aroma"

Parody Written by:

Airfarcewon

The Lyrics

She Leaves A Bad Aroma
In church she's passing gas

Early Sunday morning, of all places
Cheese, she cuts so quietly, no traces
Pews are where we sit, and on our faces
During Mass...

She Leaves A Bad Aroma
Our noses know she did

After Mass she'll go to give confession
Through the little door the Priest will listen
Pity him if he should hear a hissin'
God forbid!

(Cuz) She Leaves A Bad Aroma
Maybe it's the borscht

Or the sauerkraut she ate at seven
Talk about a stink that's to High Heaven,
Congregation must breathe till eleven
It's the worst!

Oh, She Leaves A Bad Aroma
Aroma, Aroma Aroma

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