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Song Parodies -> "Hotel Lover"

Original Song Title:

"No Tell Lover"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Hotel Lover"

Parody Written by:

Kristina Emily

The Lyrics

I thought it was "Hotel" for the longest time. It kinda makes sense, actually!
***Prostitute, not so cute, but I love ya now I need you lady.
You're my hotel lover.
Every night in a different place I'm with you tender lady.
You're my hotel lover.

Hyatt, Sheraton, doesn't matter, you are bad and I am badder
Only you, I need you night and daaaaaay.
Come to me if you see me coming, and because it's you,
make loooooove aaaaaaaaaaaaand.......***

Want her
I can't leave her
I won't live without her
There's nothing left to say
I Want her
I can't leave her

(Repeat everything inbetween these *** ***)

Want her
I can't leave her
I won't live without her
She's my hotel lover...
(Repeat past 4 lines until faded out.)

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Total Votes: 6

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Tim Hall - March 13, 2003 - Report this comment
Peter Cetera only wishes he could have sang this version. Nice job!

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