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Song Parodies -> "I Feel Clitty"

Original Song Title:

"I Feel Pretty"

Original Performer:

West Side Story soundtrack

Parody Song Title:

"I Feel Clitty"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

I feel clitty,
oh so clitty,
’cause my split, see, of him/she ain’t right.
I want titties—
and I wish I were a girl each night.

Need disarming
of my warm thing
that goes farming and makes marms sing, squeal
when their clitties sense hardness they can really feel.

See that clit-free “girl” in the mirror there.
Who can that masculine girl be?

Not a pretty face,
but a pretty dress!
that’s a pretty style.
I want clitty me!!

I’ll be stunning,
no more pants, sir. . .
fashioned cunning
no lance-sir deployed.

When doc’s done,
I’ll be clittied, buoyed, and unboyed.

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Old Man Ribber - March 07, 2013 - Report this comment
JAB - Despite what your protagonist desires, it took real balls to do this one. ;D

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