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Song Parodies -> "I Can't Smell You, Why?"

Original Song Title:

"I Can't Tell You Why"

Original Performer:

The Eagles

Parody Song Title:

"I Can't Smell You, Why?"

Parody Written by:

Malcolm Higgins

The Lyrics

look at us baby, up all night,
why'd you let out that fart
we've got to save our lives now
baby, so don't cause a spark
every time I try to take a breath
I'm thinkin I'll end up with death,
but I can't smell you, why

that was just crazy,
closed my eyes, (got to hold your breath little girl)
tears are all down my face
Breathing through my scuba
till it disipates, (enough to make your hair start to curl)
and we can air out this place

somethings wrong I'm thinkin nasally,
there's no smell, but it's bad chemically
cause I can't smell you why??
I can't smell you why?
I can't smell you why?

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