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Song Parodies -> "Echinacea"

Original Song Title:

"Infatuation"

Original Performer:

Rod Stewart

Parody Song Title:

"Echinacea"

Parody Written by:

Malcolm Higgins

The Lyrics

hackin and a coughin and I can't sleep
got the flu and I can't eat
drank orange juice from concentrate
wonder why I don't feel great

head a spinnin think I'm gonna yack
wonder when my balance is comin back
went downtown to a herbalist
he said here, Malk try some of this,

Oh no, what a pain.
it tastes like shit,
what's its name again?
it's echinacea
echinacea
echinacea
echinacea

nose is runnin, now so's my bum,
where's my pack of imodium?
got this bug, I feel so weak
need Mer to rub my back this week

Oh no, what a pain.
it tastes like shit,
what's its name again?
it's echinacea
echinacea
echinacea
echinacea

almost better I'm drawn and thin
need some lovin from Peregrin
damn I hope she's not a guy
if "she" is, I hope I die
cough again, I've lost my voice
I feel better when I dream of Royce

Oh no, what a pain.
it tastes like shit,
what's its name again?
it's echinacea
echinacea
echinacea
echinacea

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