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Song Parodies -> "Kohler"

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Fleetwood Mac

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The Lyrics

I took my curtains, took em down
Installed the faucet that I found
And I saw this reflected in one low monthly bill
Those Kohler guys sure made me proud

Oh, a mirror on a wire can hang above
Can the hamper on the floor rise 2 feet up?
Can I nail these pictures on rotting bathroom tiles?
Can I handle the cabinet doors swinging wild?

Well, I've been afraid of rearranging
Cause my soapdish is held up by glue
But grime makes it moldier
Even children get moldier
I need the bold look of Kohler in this room

Oh, take this picture, take it down
Make this fountain turn around
And when I see Fred's reflection
In the glass windowsill
I know those Kohler guys sure calmed me down

Refurnishings make me smile :)
I know these tiles will last awhile
& As I get older
I'll love the bold look of Kohler
as I'm sure many of you do

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