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Song Parodies -> "Sins of the Well-To-Do"

Original Song Title:

"While My Guitar Gently Weeps"

Original Performer:

The Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"Sins of the Well-To-Do"

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The Lyrics

from the album "White".
I look on NYNEX
See the stocks, they are steeping
While my maid gently sweeps
I look at my Rolls
And I see it needs a tuning
Still, my dear maid gently sweeps

I ddn't know how my son could scold you
He is a bold one, you know
I don't know if I have told you
I bought him his first BMW

I look at the crepes and I see that they're burning
While my maid gently sweeps
That French chef's a mistake, I quickly am learning
Still, my maid gently sweeps

I don't know how you weren't invited
We really missed you
Did you hear? The wife's converted
Now she's a Presbyterian, too

I look at you all
Wondering how I'm so boring
While my maid gently sweeps
Goodnight to you all...
While my live-in maid gently sweeps

Copyright 1987,

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