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Song Parodies -> "Stay Away From My Daughter"

Original Song Title:

"Bring Me Some Water"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Melissa Etheridge

Parody Song Title:

"Stay Away From My Daughter"

The Lyrics

One of my more angry, less lighthearted "parodies". An ode to my aunt and cousin. Girl, I feel for ya.
Tonight it's been a week
Since you had your first date
Well I think you're a freak
Will end with a slap and the sound of her cryin' in pain so great
And I know what you've been doing
And I hear you two in her room
And tonight while Im cooking the dinner
My little girl is making love to you

You stay away from my daughter!
Unless you wanna make her your wife
Mummy knows her baby deserves a better lover
Someone with whom she's spendin' her life
You stay away from my daughter!
I'm the mother, I'm in control
My baby's got a heart and my babys got a mind
But you don't at all know that, to you she's a blowup doll

I know this will pass
Cause I know you're not true
I want to kick your scrawny a**
I want to throw you right off my red-tiled roof
And I'd do anything to get you out of her mind
You are a love-and-leave, you're that temporary kind
Oh yes I do know, all you boys are the same
It sickens me to hear her mentioning your name

You stay away from my daughter!
If you wanna come out alive
I don't want my baby having sleazy lovers
It's a wonder how teenagers survive
You stay away from my daughter!
Don't come back in my house anymore
My girl is so sweet, and my girl is so nice
But I know that you treat her, you treat her like a *h***

Oh... no... I am sure...
Nu-uh-uh...

Ooh no...

I'm scolded by my own daughter
She calls me a worthless housewife
She refused to listen to anything I taught her
I should let go, let her have a life
But stay away from my daughter
College kids are out of control
She's old enough to drink and she's old enough to drive
Disobeyed her poor mama, and it is all your fault

Oh no!
Baby was alright, my baby was just fine
Along came you, and you had defiled her soul...
*Forgive me for the terrible quality, it was written in a span of five minutes by my greasy self who is not old enough to get her license(Grrr!).

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Bitterheart(Stupid Un-funny idiot who thinks she is funny) - October 06, 2007 - Report this comment
I can't believe I actually wrote this. I am never going to live this down...
Tommy Turtle - October 06, 2007 - Report this comment
Probably not the problem you think it will be. Not every parody here is ha-ha; there are some on serious topics. This is very expressive and tells of real-world events. DKTOS, but 555 for shooting from the hip.
PMS - October 07, 2007 - Report this comment
I know the OS and you did it justice, and I echo TT's comments. I look forward and backwards(I'm going to check out some of your earlier submits) to seeing more of your work.

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