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Song Parodies -> "Menopause, Menopause"

Original Song Title:

"Summertime, Summertime"

Original Performer:

The Jamies

Parody Song Title:

"Menopause, Menopause"

Parody Written by:

PMS

The Lyrics

How ironic that someone named PMS would write a song about menopause.
It's menopause, menopause
Men, men menopause
Menopause, menopause
Men, men menopause
Menopause, menopause
Men, men menopause
Menopau-au-au-au-ause.


You better keep out of my way
If in one piece you wish to stay
I'm feeling pretty mean today.
It's menopause

All who know me would agree
Living with me is misery
I'm unbalanced hormonally
Because of menopause.

It's time to head straight for the hills
And you had best stay there until
A rubber room I have installed
Because I'm bouncing off the walls

Well, unglued I'm coming, gone insane
I'm bat shit crazy it's quite plain
Goin' through what grandma called the change.
It's menopause.

Into an ice bath I'd like to slip
Hot flashes make me want to strip
As sweat from me profusely drips
Because of menopause.

I'm gaining weight to my chagrin
Hair's sprouting from my chest and chin
And I would have never guessed
One day I'd pine for PMS.

I can't sleep and my nerves are frayed
My moods swing wildly ev'ry way
Every minute every day
It's menopause.

I will warn you in advance
That I'm in no mood for romance
You don't stand a snow ball's chance
In hell, it's menopause.

With tears my eyes are prone to fill
Must oft repress the urge to kill
Emotional fire works display
I feel by my body betrayed.
Due to menopause.

It's menopause, menopause
Men, men menopause
Menopause, menopause
Men, men menopause
Menopause, menopause
Men, men menopause
Menopau-au-au-au-ause.

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Ugly Mike - September 22, 2006 - Report this comment
Great stuff. Didn't know there were that many verses,but as long as it was therapeutic...
alvin rhodes - September 22, 2006 - Report this comment
you've covered the subject quite well
TJC - September 22, 2006 - Report this comment
This parody might give men some pause... but not in this case, your fine spoof has me feelin flush...I'm givin' out hot fives! Esp. liked: "That I'm in no mood for romance You don't stand a snow ball's chance"
John Barry - September 22, 2006 - Report this comment
How come there's "men" in menopause? Very amusing, and thanks for giving me the name of the group. I remember the song, but couldn't remember who did it. This gives me an idea for a werewolf parody: Men o' Paws.
AFW - September 22, 2006 - Report this comment
Very good job, here
Ann Hammond - September 23, 2006 - Report this comment
I was going to use this for something. Menopause beat me
Red Ant - September 25, 2006 - Report this comment
I was thinking this was pretty funny, then I remembered Nicole will be going through this in a decade or so. Still good stuff.
PMS - September 26, 2006 - Report this comment
Thanks to all for votes and comments.

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