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Song Parodies -> "Jill"

Original Song Title:

"Bill"

Original Performer:

Richard Day-Reynolds Band

Parody Song Title:

"Jill"

Parody Written by:

Joseph Hayes

The Lyrics

Jill, I love you so, I always will
I look at you and try as I may
I can't come around to setting a wedding day
You were on my side when I was boozin'
To love you and not marry you is so confusin'
But passion and harassing me won't convince me, Jill

I love you so, I always will
I still remember when you bailed me out of all those jails
Still, you can't on me to ring any of those wedding bells
I'm no good, you better give up, Jill
Even though I love you and always will
So give me up, Jill-better marry 'old Bill

I love you so, I always will
One of these days you'll see me as run-of-the-mill
I can't walk down the aisle, it would make me ill
Oh come on Jill
Oh come on Jill
Come on and forget me Jill

Better be careful who you choose
Oh forget me Jill
'Cause I got those wedding day blues

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