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Song Parodies -> "Vulviforms"

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Original Performer:

The Beatles

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Parody Written by:

Lionel Mertens

The Lyrics

When the southern parts it's so soft and warm
Northern parts to keep me well informed
Oh, I've been whipped by vulviforms

I'm talked into things I wouldn't be
There's an unseen power pulling me
Oh, vulviforms speak cunningly

When she takes control
Taking hold I am transformed
I'm wanting some
When it comes to vulviforms

I learned its meaning in a college dorm
Cramming with a co-ed while love stormed
Oh, I was deep in vulviform

First I kissed her mouth
then went south to where it's warm
I felt something strong
Now I long for vulviform

Like a country where men like to swarm
Labias is where we all were born
Oh, life's concieved in vulviforms
Mm mm mm mm mm mm mm.

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Red Ant - October 31, 2009 - Report this comment
LOL, good one.

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