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Song Parodies -> "It's The Ends That You Curl"

Original Song Title:

"It's The End Of The World"

Original Performer:

Skeeter Davis

Parody Song Title:

"It's The Ends That You Curl"

Parody Written by:

Malcolm Higgins

The Lyrics

why is my hair hot and burning?
why is it krinkled and worn?
I don't know it's the ends that you curl,
and maybe it will heal once more

why are my rollers a-ringing,
why are my ends all a-split?
I don't know it's the ends that you curl,
the hot oil that I used is shit

I wake up in the morning and I wonder
why my hair looks like a scuzz
I can't understand, when I use rubber bands
why my hair does what it does

why does the curling iron sizzle,
why does it crackle and pop?
I don't know it's the ends that you curl,
my mother yells at me, STOP!

why is my scalp burned nd bleeding,
blood makes my hair caked and dry
I don't know it's the ends that you curl
prob'ly cause I am a guy

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Michael Pacholek - September 04, 2003 - Report this comment
The last line saves it. Of course, neither Merry nor Pippin would ever have written this one. I think.

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