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Original Song Title:

"If Not For You"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Bob Dylan

Parody Song Title:

"If Not For Brew"

Parody Written by:

Timmy1000

The Lyrics

Dedicated to beerdrinkers
If not for brew,
Babe, I couldn't stand a bore
Couldn't even date a whore
I'd be mad and spew
If not for brew

If not for brew,
I'd lay in bed so wide awake
And my brain would fry and bake
I'd whine and stew,
If not for brew

If not for brew, my fly would stall
Pain would gather too
Without the beer, I'd never go at all
I'd be lost without my brew

If not for brew,
My walking would have some spring
You'd never ever hear me sing
I wouldn't have a few
If not for brew

If not for brew, I'd get no call
AA would leave me too
If not for brew I might hit the wall
I'd be lost without my brew
If not for brew.

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