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Song Parodies -> "Hungover"

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Larry Hensley

The Lyrics

Well, I'm hungover, check my eyes, see
I got a fever, and please don’t speak loudly
Come on baby, everything annoys me
I'm hungover, I'm hungover

I feel I’m out of my mind, now that the weekend’s behind
Too much celebratin’
I need headache pills, even they don’t cure my ills
And now my head’s implodin’ after it all

Now it's up to you, leave me alone, I drank too much booze
Just me and you, my head is achin’ like you never knew

That's why, I'm hungover, check my head, see
I feel an awful pounding in my head see
Come on baby, leave me alone right now
I'm hungover, I'm hungover (my head)

Now it's up to you, you’re also like this with too much booze, yeah
If it were you, you have me get away from you too, ooh

Well, I'm hungover, obviously
Feels like a fever of a hundred thirteen
Come on baby, I can’t function well now
I'm hungover, I'm hungover

Hungover, from when I was real drunk
Hungover, from booze I’ve really stunk
Hungover, please don’t right now sing
Hungover, ‘cause a headache that brings

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Pacing: 4.7
How Funny: 4.7
Overall Rating: 4.6

Total Votes: 9

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