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Song Parodies -> "It's Rover"

Original Song Title:

"It's Over"

Original Performer:

Loverboy

Parody Song Title:

"It's Rover"

Parody Written by:

pkbites

The Lyrics

This goes to the edited "radio" version of the original song, not the longer album version.
When you looked into his eyes, all he did was bark and whine.
I didn't want to hear it.
You cattered to that dog, since we met
I'm not playing second fiddle to your damn pet.
And I was so sick of that mutt, thinking my leg was a cold cut.
Hey, one of us had to go.
So I hope you like this dish, I made for you, it's a special kind of stew.
Because:
It isn't chicken.
And it isn't liver
because it's Rover.
I marinated....that dog I hated
yes it's Rover.
It's Rover!
It's Rover!
It's Rover!

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Bill - August 17, 2003 - Report this comment
"I marinated....that dog I hated" FUNNY!!!

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