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Song Parodies -> "Porn And Booze"

Original Song Title:

"Born To Lose"

Original Performer:

Ray Charles

Parody Song Title:

"Porn And Booze"

Parody Written by:

Rick Duncan

The Lyrics

I just recorded this song with a 73 year old harmonica player. So it was in my brain .
Porn and booze, I live my life for these
Every drop from everything I squeeze
Many times, I woke up on the lawn
Porn and booze, and now the hooch is gone

Porn and booze, just seems to make it hard
Getting long, the night and my old pard
I'm inspired each day I fill the cup
Porn and booze, I think I've used them up

Porn and booze, now every bottle's drained
It was hard, but now something is strained
It was all I had to get me through
Porn and booze, now both my heads are blue

There's no juice, I just ran out, I guess
All I see in mirrors is a mess
Damn that wife, who left me for some Jew
Porn and booze, I'm stuck with just those two

Porn and booze, I don't know what I do

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Pacing: 4.2
How Funny: 3.8
Overall Rating: 4.2

Total Votes: 5

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Rick D - February 15, 2005 - Report this comment
I know this is not my best work, but I feel it's really good for something if it inspires those "ones" from somebody. If I really hate a parody here, I do my best to ignore it (And plenty of mine have gotten that treatment) When ONES come instantly, I know I have fans, and I love it. (It doesn't mean I'm going to write racist or violent things just to get them) So thanks for the attention, my friends.
Phil Alexander - February 15, 2005 - Report this comment
Was that a septuagenarian harmonica player, or a player of a 73-year-old harmonica? And when you say you recorded this song...
Bob Konigsberg - February 18, 2005 - Report this comment
Ok Rick. I paid attention to it. Pretty grim. 'Nuff said?

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