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Song Parodies -> "Maybe I Know (that he's a cretin)"

Original Song Title:

"Maybe I Know (that he's been cheatin)"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Lesley Gore

Parody Song Title:

"Maybe I Know (that he's a cretin)"

Parody Written by:

Da from LI

The Lyrics

Maybe I know that he's a cretin
Maybe I know that
he's three foot two oo oo oo
but what can I do...

I hear then whisperin when I walk by...
Her boyfriend' isn't taller than her thigh
I know its him they're talking about
I bet they think there's
a zoo he got out

But maybe I know that he's a cretin
Maybe I know that he's three foot two oo oo oo
But what can I do

Oh Oh Ohhhhh..

Deep down inside I love him
He's cute so short and round
I pick him up to hug him
He squeaks "Hey put me down"

Maybe I know that he's a cretin
Maybe I know that he's three foot two oo oo oo
But what can I do


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