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Song Parodies -> "Senior Citizen in Love"

Original Song Title:

"Teenager in Love"

Original Performer:

Dion and the Belmonts

Parody Song Title:

"Senior Citizen in Love"

Parody Written by:

Tony Crowley

The Lyrics

Each time we have a quarrel, it almost breaks my heart,
Cause I am so afraid that we will have to part,
Each night I ask the stars up above,
Why must I be a senior citizen* in love?

One day I feel so happy, the next I feel so sad.
Its normal for my age - according to my dad.
Each night I take the stairlift up above.
To prove that I can be a senior citizen in love.

I slipped a disk doing things with you
things that aren’t quite normal for a guy of eighty two.

Well, if you want to make me cry, that won't be so hard to do.
Go hide my free bus pass and my viagra too
Each night I ask the stars up above,
Why must I be a senior citizen in love?

I’ve cried till tears run down my face
and damaged parts that the doctors can’t replace.

But if you want to make me happy, that wont be so hard for you
Just grab my zimmer frame and show me something new
Each night I ask the stars up above
Why must I be an senior citizen in love. (Repeat three times)

*or 'an old age pensioner'

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