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Song Parodies -> "Roman Shower"

Original Song Title:

"A Little Bit More"

Original Performer:

Dr. Hook

Parody Song Title:

"Roman Shower"

Parody Written by:

Les Paul Marshall

The Lyrics

Yea, it's just a little bit of the song but this is how i do it onstage!I originally wanted to make this Les Paul Marshall's first ballad... It all went horribly wrong pretty quick!!!!!
When my bodies had
enough to drink
and im laying
flat out on the floor
when you think ive puked up
all i can
im gonna give you a roman shower

come on over here
and clean up this puke
iv got to get it out my beard
why dont you rub your tired fingers
through this puke drenched hair iv got

look into my eyes
and give me that sign
the sign that means you're up for it
and if you like this puking
maybe one day we could try shit

when your bodies had
all of my cock
and you cant take
very much more
when you think iv wound up
no i aint
im gonna give you a roman shower
Lyrics Copyright Les Paul Marshall 2005

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