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Song Parodies -> "The Glove I Lost"

Original Song Title:

"The Love I Lost"

Original Performer:

Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes

Parody Song Title:

"The Glove I Lost"

Parody Written by:

Dylan Baranski

The Lyrics

Since I forgot to submit yesterday's entry for National Glove Month, you folks are getting two glove parodies today. Enjoy the parody! DKTOS: Short version Long version
The glove I lost was my left glove.
The glove I lost was my best glove.
The glove I lost, I will never,
No no, never find again.

I can remember workin’,
Diggin’ a hole for the bodies.
I can remember washin’,
Then I went to study Soddy.*

But something went wrong,
I went back for them, not thinkin’ bout one’s swan song.
Is it gone and forgotten?
Gone to Missouri or London?

The glove I lost was my left glove.
(Yes it was)
The glove I lost was my best glove.
The glove I lost, I will never,
(No no)
No no, never
(Never)
Find again.

It never used to eat clothes, no no no,
But the washing machine’s ensnared my glove.
It must be sad and lonely,
And without it, my hands are so dead.

I’m sorry to say,
It’s gone away and I’ve lost my way.
It hurts deep inside,
But I won’t say goodbye, no,

The glove I lost
(The glove, the glove, the glove, the glove)
Was my left glove.
The glove I lost was my best glove.
The glove I lost, I will never,
(Ever)
No no, never find again.
(I will never, never, never find again)

Never, (Never), no no, never (Ever) find again.
Never, (Never), no no, never (Ever) find again.
(Oh!)
Never, no no, never find again.
(Never! Ever!)
Never, no no, never (ever) find again.
Never.

No no, no no no.
It was a good glove.
(I lost it)
It was my best glove.
(Sad that I lost it)
I thought I had it right there in the wash, but I lost it.
I thought I could wash and leave it alone.
(Sad that I lost it)
I didn’t realize,
(I lost it)
I didn’t realize it could be eaten.
(Sad that I lost it)
Come on back home.
(I lost it)
Come on back home, baby.
(Sad that I lost it)
Come on back home, baby.
(I lost it)
My glove, come on back home, baby.
(Sad that I lost it)
I wonder where it’s been goin’.
(I lost it)
I’ve been thinkin’ bout it.
(Sad that I lost it)
I’ve been wonderin’ where it is.
Come on back home.
(I lost it)
What’s it been doin’?
(Sad that I lost it)
I can forgive ya, baby,
(I lost it)
But you got to come home to me.
(Sad that I lost it)
Can’t ya please? I just want ya back.
(I lost it)
Please come back! Please come back!
(Sad that I lost it)
No no no no, I lost it.
(I lost it)
It was my left glove.
(Sad that I lost it)

I just can’t believe that my glove would up and go away.
Has anybody out there found my glove?
It kinda means the world to me.
If so, stand up and give it back to me, people.
Give it back.
(I lost it)
Give it back.
(Sad that I lost it)
Give it back.
(I lost it)
Give it back.
(Sad that I lost it)
Give it. Give it.
(I lost it)
Give it back, y’all.
(Sad that I lost it)
Yeah, I lost it.
(I lost it)
Yes I did, yes I did.
(Sad that I lost it)
Oh!
(I lost it)
My glove.
(Sad that I lost it)

Come on, y’all!
Mmm-hmm, mmm-hmm.
Well well.
Mmm-hmm, groove it, y’all…

[fade out]
*Refers to Frederick Soddy, an English chemist who discovered the existence of radioactive isotopes.

Copyright 2017 by Dylan Baranski GmbH S.p.A. Inc. Misuse is punishable by being unable to find that second glove.

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