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Song Parodies -> "Places (For Rugs)"

Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

Dennis Yost

Parody Song Title:

"Places (For Rugs)"

Parody Written by:

Malcolm Higgins

The Lyrics

glued on paper hat, cover up your hairless headspots
what you think of that? go ahead and take some potshots
places for rugs, long ago, that hair was on there right..
places for rugs..

'nother new toupee, hair and fiber finely meshing
even Connery
(sung as Bond) needsch a little head schpot dresching
places for rugs, long ago, that hair was on there right..
places for rugs..

once hid my eyes,
so was my hair
a centre part, my mind, is sure I've lost my hair...

rogaine as soap, every night, so it grows back all right
these places for rugs, are my blight...
oh oh oh oh

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Michael Pacholek - November 19, 2005 - Report this comment
I smell a "Magic Carpet Ride" parody coming up. Although Dennis Yost was the lead singer, he was still in the Classics IV when this came out. But it's a good job. Sure looks like the real thing.

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