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Song Parodies -> "Swim The Ocean"

Original Song Title:

"Sweet Emotion"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Swim The Ocean"

Parody Written by:

Rock Revere

The Lyrics

Talk about things you can't understand... Get yer ass off of my grabbing hand! LOL
Swim the ooooocean
(say this ooover
and oooover)

You talk alot of game about going it bare
wearing a bathing suit that looks like underwear
Yer calling me out but its just the beer...
goggles baby that make you unclear

Some girl gone wild with a space for rent
said my campground must be pitching a tent
well i got better news that you can admire
if i pull out the hose will it put out the fire?

Swim the ooooocean

Swim the ooooocean

Skinny dippin and here comes a lady in a police car
its a closed set love scene and i am a big star
talk about things that you have to hide
There goes my shorts washed away by the tide

Police lady frisking underwater and making a pass
this is happening three way too fast
Talk about things you can't understand. Get yer ass off of my grabbing hand! LOL
Swim the ooooocean
(say this ooover
and oooover

Rock Revere
copyright 2004
Rock Reverecopyright 2004

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