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Song Parodies -> "And I Love Her Sew"

Original Song Title:

"And I Love Her So"

Original Performer:

Don McClean

Parody Song Title:

"And I Love Her Sew"

Parody Written by:

Airfarcewon

The Lyrics

And I Love Her Sew
The people don't ask how,
How I'm doin' now,
They see my clothes, and know

I guess they understand
Was you I counted on
So many buttons gone,
These torn shirts in my hand

And, now I know how great a wife can be,
Tailors, they ain't free, and this machine won't work, you see
I wouldn't be the worst dressed guy in town,
If you were still around me

Moth holes in my briefs
Torn blankets on the bed
I'm tangled up in thread,
Such has been my grief

And now I know how great a wife can be
Tailors, they ain't free, and this machine won't work, you see
I guess I'd win, for "Worst Dressed Guy In Town"
Since you ain't around me...

And I love you Sew
The people don't ask how
How I'm doin' now
They see my clothes and know

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