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Song Parodies -> "And Your Boys Can Swim"

Original Song Title:

"And Your Bird Can Sing"

Original Performer:

The Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"And Your Boys Can Swim"

Parody Written by:

Dominic L.

The Lyrics

It's a little risque, but it's about drunken sex.
You tell me that we have never been in bed.
But your boys can swim;
And they're all in me.... they're all in me...

You say last night was just slumbers
And I wore my jeans,
But I checked my pee... I checked my pee...

Politic's correction requires wedding gown,
Or you'll need discretion [to] take me down... take me down...

When I slur whats spoken
And I play the clown,
You may be a stranger--
Don't fool 'round, don't fool 'round.

You tell me that I always wore my shirt,
And there's no peeking;
But in my tummy, there's a baby.

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