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Song Parodies -> "A Man Seeks A Dame"

Original Song Title:

"A Man Needs A Maid"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Neil Young

Parody Song Title:

"A Man Seeks A Dame"

Parody Written by:

Plumb Bob

The Lyrics

My wife estranged me, and she kept our place.
She had thrown all my stuff out the door.
I was rattled by my rueful fate,
My displeasure, growing from bored to sore.

I was thinking that maybe I'd seek a dame,
Find a babe online for me to date.
Just some fun, no scenes, no grousing,
Chick with wheels and dough to pay.

A dame,
A man seeks a dame.
A dame.

The time and place arranged,
My life was soon to change,
And so.

To win someone, you gotta bring some funds.
To win this one, you're gonna need large sums.
Guess I won't see her again.

The pile of dough I shared when I was wed
Was all lost to that beauty I now dread.
I felt the thrust of her tactics.
She had taken my part, 'cause I was so misled.

A dame,
A man seeks a dame.
A dame.

Where will I find loot to spend?

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