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Song Parodies -> "When The Glasses Break (Which They're Used To)"

Original Song Title:

"When The Levee Breaks"

Original Performer:

Led Zeppelin

Parody Song Title:

"When The Glasses Break (Which They're Used To)"

Parody Written by:

Karl Hook Willers

The Lyrics

If it keeps on ranging
Nothing's going to stay
If it keeps on ringing
Nothing's going to pray
If it keeps on bombing
I'm not very pleased
If the glasses break
I'm going to drown myself

Spiritualized, keeps me up all night
Spiritualism keeps me up all night
Lol, lol
You mustn't tell people to shut the (donk)
It's not very nice
Pinching people, that's not even nice
Rolling stone, I am not Keith Richards
But when the glasses break
Nothing's going to stay

If it keeps on raining
If it keeps on raining
If it keeps on raining
If it keeps on raining
If it keeps on raining

When the glasses break
They're going to cost me £10
Oh, when they're break
That won't be nice

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