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Song Parodies -> "Malady"

Original Song Title:

"Melody"

Original Performer:

Boys Brigade

Parody Song Title:

"Malady"

Parody Written by:

Malcolm Higgins

The Lyrics

and there was a time
and there was a place
and there are maladies

and there was a girl
such a beautiful girl
she had a malady

and she had a smile
such a toothless smile
could drive a cruiser through , all right?

and all the late night rubbies say
they cannot l remember the way
she used to dance

maladies, start today, right here in my heart
Maladies, they just start, I rot away

and she used to have a snake
and the snake's name wasJjake
he had the cobra antivenom

and he used to slither every night
right up her dress, till she felt all right
he used to bite her, though

and I would get so damn angry up in my small room
but I can only cry when she's hurt
and to this day I still wonder what it was that made her stray
why did you stray?

maladies, start today, right here in my heart
Maladies, they just start, I rot away

maladies they keep coming back
they'll be the bloody end of me

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