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Song Parodies -> "Lazy"

Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

Patsy Cline

Parody Song Title:


Parody Written by:

James Squire

The Lyrics

Yeah, I know it's a bit same ol' same 'ol, but here's my version. I like how he gets it in the 'end'
Lazy, I'm sick of you being so lazy
You're so lazy, you sit on the couch all day through
I know, you'll sleep just as long as you want to
You're so lazy, you'd think you were stuck there with glue

Hurry, why should you make yourself hurry
Wondering, how the hell I'll make you move

Oh, Lazy, I figured out one way to move you
I'll feed you hot curry, that might make you hurry
At least just as far as the loo

Oh Lazy, you'll think that your tail is on fire
I'll feed you hot curry, that might make you hurry
At least just as far as the loo

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Total Votes: 4

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Gina - August 01, 2005 - Report this comment
Wow. funny and really precise to the original. Great work
Royce Miller - August 02, 2005 - Report this comment
Enjoyed it.

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