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Song Parodies -> "Eight Lays A Week"

Original Song Title:

"Eight Days A Week"

Original Performer:

The Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"Eight Lays A Week"

Parody Written by:

Malcolm Higgins

The Lyrics

ooh I love to love, babe,
guess you know it's true,
but you know I'm lying
I say there's only you,

Goldie, Sally,
angie, cally,
this is half my love dates,
eight lays a week

love ruth every day time, in the afternoon
throw her out by five, cause, beth is coming soon,

told me, they love me,
hold me, trust me,
more of my love dates girl
eight lays a week

eight lays a week, I lo-u-u-u-uve it
eight lays a week, it's just enough, to show I care

a different one each day, when
each one gets her time
twice on sunday, and then,
love them one more time

Ruthy, sharon,
Bethy , Karen,
I aint got nothin but lovin,
eight lays a week
eight lays a week
eight lays a week

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