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Song Parodies -> "Will You Still Rub Me Tommorrow"

Original Song Title:

"Will You Still Love Me Tommorrow"

Original Performer:

Shirelles

Parody Song Title:

"Will You Still Rub Me Tommorrow"

Parody Written by:

Steve Abelli

The Lyrics

Imagine your favorite massage therapist telling you that this is their last session and they are retiring.
Tonight you're mine completely,
you work your hands so neatly,
my shoulder's tight,
a glaze is in my eyes,
but will your rub me tommorrow.

Your hourly time I measure,
for just a little leisure,
can you relieve the tightness in my thighs,
will you still rub me tommorrow.


(Chorus)
Tonight my back feels like it's broken,
I know I'm not the only one,
I hope that you were only jokin',
when you said,
this night is your last one.


I'd like to know that your rub,
is a rub I can be sure of,
so let me know,
and I'll come back again,
will you still rub me tommorrow.

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