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Song Parodies -> "Old Hooker"

Original Song Title:

"Brown Sugar"

Original Performer:

The Rolling Stones

Parody Song Title:

"Old Hooker"

Parody Written by:

The Great Karlando

The Lyrics

She's out standing by the ol' bus stop
Wrinkled pair of boobs hangin' out of her top
Leather skirt is hiked up showin' off her thighs
No one makes an offer but she doesn't know why

Old hooker, why don't you just retire
Old hooker, you'll never get a buyer

When she was younger she was very hot
Now her whole body is covered up with liver spots
She needs to find something else to do
She was prostituting back in world war two

Old hooker, now everybody begs
Old hooker, please cover up those legs

Old hooker, she'll try to make you shout
Old hooker, her walker's all pimped out

I'll bet your family wants to put you away
And your latest clients have suddenly turned gay
Is it fun, or just for the money
Who would want a hooker that's about 80?

Old hooker, why don't you just retire
Old hooker, you'll never get a buyer

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