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Song Parodies -> "Neverland Love"

Original Song Title:

"Never, My Love"

Original Performer:

The Association

Parody Song Title:

"Neverland Love"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

Thanks to Alvin Rhodes ("Several, My Love") for the idea for this one.
Neverland Love

School's out and it is summertime;
He gets small guys into
Neverland love,
Neverland love.

It's a wonderland—kine and swine
Desire in the petting zoo.
Neverland love,
Neverland love.

In this kind of love you bend
Over and let your horny host spend
In you (in you).

Neverland love,
Neverland love.

You'll feel that your behind
Is like a fiery flue.
Neverland love,
Neverland love.

After this love, you'd mend
If he'd not again rend your hole like
A "C" (C-*-*-T)

[organ break]

Neverland love,
Neverland love.

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Ravyn Rant - July 12, 2004 - Report this comment
All right, I've stopped shuddering and saying "Ew!". The funniest line in this parody was "(organ break)". -- RR

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