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Song Parodies -> "Ms. Co-Ed"

Original Song Title:

"Mr. Ed"

Original Performer:

TV Theme

Parody Song Title:

"Ms. Co-Ed"

Parody Written by:

Matthias

The Lyrics

Part Two Of My College Experiance...To See Part One... Go Here... http://www.amiright.com/parody/2000s/danielpowter16.shtml
(Sultry Voice)
"Hello
I'm Ms. Co-Ed"

A course on the Bourse* is forced, of course
But no one likes taking a course that's forced
Unless that course, is source of coarse times
With Ms. Co-Ed

Just say you're endorsed with source like horse
She'll be like a dancer with drawers in fourths
She's never going steady, whores
Flirt with Ms. Co-Ed

People yak to see rack, a peek, they waste her time away
Cause Ms. Co-Ed will always streak because she has no digni-tay

A course may have bores and snores in store
But this people take as their choice of course
You never learned of these learning whores?

The lesson is bliss:
Try With Ms. Co-Ed
*Stock Exchange In Paris

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