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Song Parodies -> "Dregs"

Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

ZZ Top

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Parody Written by:

Alex Morris

The Lyrics

I got dregs, I done too much boozin'
These empty kegs, now my head is bruisin'
Feels like an egg, and my stomach's hurlin'
I should have declined them, I wish I could rewind them
I say baby, don't mean maybe
Partied last night

I got fear, scored with a tranny
A pretty brunette, now looks like my granny
We just started dancin', I had not a clue
Was so blind I could not see, that don't excuse it
That jawline, so bovine
In the broad daylight

I got dregs, I done too much boozin'
These empty kegs, now my head is bruisin'
I feel like slime covered in grime
I look a sight, head rings a chime
Oh I feel so, said I really feel so
Completely contrite at my plight

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Total Votes: 1

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John Barry - September 06, 2006 - Report this comment
An exhortation to temperance if ever I read one.
Alex Morris - September 08, 2006 - Report this comment
Yes, I had a bit of a rough weekend.

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