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Song Parodies -> "Crawling On You"

Original Song Title:

"Calling On You"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Stryper

Parody Song Title:

"Crawling On You"

Parody Written by:

Tim Mayfield

The Lyrics

You know I have such an ugly face,
And sometimes you don't know that I'm there.
And when you're all alone,
That's when I'm hard to trace

Keep track of me when I run,
'Cause when you lose sight
That's when I crawl on you

You feel my little feet,
You jump up from your seat,
And race around the room.
I'm crawling on you!

I can't explain just what you're doing there,
Dancing around like you're possessed!
I'm running frantically through your hair,
And when I bite, you feel such pain.

You scream loudly each time I bite.
You feel my little feet,
You jump up from your seat,
And race around the room.
I'm crawling on you!

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