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Song Parodies -> "The Trouble With Showers"

Original Song Title:

"The Trouble With Normal"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Bruce Cockburn

Parody Song Title:

"The Trouble With Showers"

Parody Written by:

Miles 2

The Lyrics

Rising in the morning and taking off your clothes
You would rather be in the tub then moistnin' with a hose
You reach for the shampoo and rub some in your hair
Then you feel the temperature and realize it ain't fair

You scrub yourself so your body grows no mold
But the trouble with showers is they always get cold
The trouble with showers is they always get cold

Your parents were in too long so they could leave your work
Your sister's in the routine and trying not to shirk
Don't want the girls in your class to smell those haired armpits
And you wanna smell fresh when you're dancin' to those hits

It'll all go back to normal if the local dam is sold
But the trouble with showers is they always get cold
The trouble with showers is they always get cold

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