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Song Parodies -> "What A Wonderful Girl"

Original Song Title:

"What A Wonderful World"

Original Performer:

Louis Armstrong

Parody Song Title:

"What A Wonderful Girl"

Parody Written by:

Cathy Almeida

The Lyrics

Today, 4th January 2004, is our 18th wedding anniversary. I felt it is high time I wrote lyrics for my husband to sing to me.
The house looks so clean, the windows too
Each spotless room ..and all coz of you
Then I think to myself - what a wonderful girl!

I go to the loo .. it looks just right
What more can I say.. when I hold you tight
I think to myself .. She's a wonderful girl!

I never need to wonder what you've cooked for me
Always many dishes and much variety
There are no dirty pans .. so what do you do
I'm really saying ... Is this true?

The floor it shines .. I see it glow
You do much more than I'll ever know
I think to myself "What a wonderful girl"
Yes, I think to myself "What a wonderful girl."

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Adagio - January 04, 2004 - Report this comment
Happy Anniversary! good parody.
Joelle - January 04, 2004 - Report this comment
Great job, and Happy Anniversary!
Steven Cavanagh - January 04, 2004 - Report this comment
I hope your husband doesn't need too much prompting. Happy Anniversary!

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