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Song Parodies -> "Think I Need A (Gatorade)"

Original Song Title:

"Lovely Rita (Meter Maid)"

Original Performer:

The Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"Think I Need A (Gatorade)"

Parody Written by:

Malcolm Higgins

The Lyrics

think I need a gatorade
think I need a gatorade
think I need a gatorade,
look at the sweat between us
when I get wet I drink the night away
never been a fussy eater,
now I think, I think I need a
little salt drinky with a sporty name too
took a cup, and drank the potion,
then I got right back in motion
just like a soldier or a military man

think I need a gatorade,
and I recycle cleanly
if it was free
I'd drink the stuff like tea
every game,down the kisser,
then I have to hit the pisser
then I drink another little bottle again
hold it in, until I'm bursting,
take a piss and then I'm thirsty
always have a little and I try to have two
always need a gatorade,
where would I be without you
gimme a drink and maybe I'll have two

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Johnny D - November 01, 2003 - Report this comment
Malc, after rocketing past 1000 parodies, you deserve a little Gatorade break...but while you're chugging down that chartreuse slime, please keep thinking up new parodies to keep us all chuckling ! Well done.

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