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Song Parodies -> "Five Guys"

Original Song Title:

"My Guy"

Original Performer:

Mary Wells

Parody Song Title:

"Five Guys"

Parody Written by:

Malcolm Higgins

The Lyrics

did it on a dare, she was drunk and didn't care, had five guys
did it on the bed, till she was sore and red with five guys
told her mum the fishing trip was a real bad crapper,
all she got to show for it was a real red snapper
she loved it from the start, she's just a little tart
for five guys

didn't feel no pain when she pulled the subway train with five guys
towels made her dry in between the multi guys, yes five guys
she first thought she'd be a goner
after number four had just got on her
but then she said okay and agreed that she would lay all five guys

as a matter of opinion I think she's a tramp
my opinion is that she is a clamp
don't have a word that's too exact
but she is rude, and that's a fact

no flea bitten hack could get me in the sack, like five guys
five different faces, as they traded off spaces those five guys
she could be a porno star
now she's all done and happy they are
there's not a man today who'll admit
he was one of five guys

yeah there's not a man today who'll admit
that he was one of five guys

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