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Song Parodies -> "Mrs. Brown You've Got An Ugly Daughter"

Original Song Title:

"Mrs. Brown You've Got A Lovely Daughter"

Original Performer:

Hermans Hermits

Parody Song Title:

"Mrs. Brown You've Got An Ugly Daughter"

Parody Written by:

Melissa and Christine

The Lyrics

mrs. brown you've got an ugly daughter,
girls that look like butts are somethin' rare,
but it's sad, i just don't love her now,
her acne's clearin' up but is no use to try,
she wants to go get her self a nosejob,
tell her michael jackson did the same,
things have changed, i just dont love her now,
her acne's clearin' up but it's no use to try,
walkin' about, even in a crowd well, she'll pick her nose,
makes the girl look, so gross,
if she finds that i've been round to see you,
tell her that she looks like uncle fred,
things have changed, no girls have afros now,
her acne's clearin' up, but it's no use to try

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christine and melissa - December 20, 2004 - Report this comment
hey we thought it was funny lol

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