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Song Parodies -> "Got The Flu"

Original Song Title:

"Stuck with You"

Original Performer:

Huey Lewis & the News

Parody Song Title:

"Got The Flu"

Parody Written by:

Arcade Junkie

The Lyrics

The flu is the winter epidemic that's sweeping the nation. Here is a song to tell all about it.
Had too much fun, which led me to some many downs
Have to go to the doctor's office to stick around
Heard a woman call my name, her name was Kate
I was trying to hide for protection, but know it's too late
We are all bound by this disease
By the same people
The same animals
in the doctor's office

(chorus)
Yes, It's true (yes, it's true) Doc stuck the needle, cause I got the flu
Yes, It's true (yes, it's true) Doc stuck the needle, cause I got the flu
'cause I can see (I can see) the flu virus just god rid of me

The doctor followed to the exam room and sat down to me
Something happened the way it's supposed to be
Doctor stuck a needle when I turned away
The flu virus was gone as of late
And it's no great mystery
The flu makes us sick for you and me

(repeat chorus)

(repeat last 4 lines of verse 1)

(repeat chorus 2x)

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