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Song Parodies -> "Just Got Laid"

Original Song Title:

"Just Got Paid"

Original Performer:

ZZ Top

Parody Song Title:

"Just Got Laid"

Parody Written by:

Max Power

The Lyrics

Part 1 of 2
I just got laid today,
Got me some lovin' for a change
Said, I just got laid today,
Got me some lovin' for a change
If you believe in messing 'round all day,
Just step in my shoes and take my pay

I met her at the drug store,
When I took her down I know she's a whore
I had one glance before she came right on time
We left by dawn, just took our time
Then the guard dog backin' from the white of the light,
Stick her hand in my pocket, everythings all right

I just got laid today,
Got me some lovin' for a change.
Said, that's it, now how much do you want?
Then, I paid, man, what a great day
No longer a virgin and you know the rest
But its way before of what's in the test*
*Blood test, paves way for the upcoming sequel which is coming soon!

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Pacing: 2.7
How Funny: 2.7
Overall Rating: 2.7

Total Votes: 9

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UnKnownVOtricks - July 18, 2008 - Report this comment
Sir Maximum, this is a weird scene . . . and there is just something about this . . . it has a certain 'ring' to it, . . . the tone of it, seems as though I've read this style somewhere before . . .

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