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Song Parodies -> "My Wife (Billy Clinton's Song)"

Original Song Title:

"My Life"

Original Performer:

Billy Joel

Parody Song Title:

"My Wife (Billy Clinton's Song)"

Parody Written by:

Big Boecky

The Lyrics

Had a talk with my good wife, we used to be real close
Said she just couldn't stand my philandering way
Packed her bags, bought a house, started campaigning for votes
Now she gives 'em a listening routine everyday.

I don't need you to worry for me 'cause I'm all right
Yes, I'm doing just fine by myself here at home.
Doesn't care much for me anymore, but she's my wife.
But she's started her own life and left me alone
I wonder why she isn't giving me another chance( I wonder why she isn't)
I never said she had to electric shock my pants ( zzz zzz zzz zzz )
I'm weak, not strong ( weak not strong )
And I was wrong( I was wrong )
I'm one big ball of slime
But that's no high crime.

I'll be first to admit our relationship's muddy
Perhaps we should seek some professional help
I just hope I don't get neutered like my dog, Buddy
Here comes Hillary.....she looks awful mad....HELP!


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