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Song Parodies -> "Scary Ex-Wife"

Original Song Title:

"Love Of My Life"

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Parody Song Title:

"Scary Ex-Wife"

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The Lyrics

Scary ex-wife, don't kill me
I've broken your heart, and now you hate me
Scary ex-wife, can't you see
Stay away, stay away
Oh please stay away from me because
I don't know what you'll do to me

Scary ex-wife, you've hurt me
You broke both my legs and arms, please leave me
Scary ex-wife, can't you see
Go away, go away
Oh please get away from me because
Now I know what you did to me

I will remember,
when this is all over,
and everything's healed again
And I will be hoping,
you'll never be there at my side,
to remind me, how you still hate me

Don't look back, don't look back
Forget all about me because
I still feel what you did to me

Scary ex-wife, scary ex-wife
Ooh ooh yeah

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Alan - January 12, 2016 - Report this comment
Very funny, I hope you don't mind me singing that at a karaoke Night.

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