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Song Parodies -> "Head Over Toilet"

Original Song Title:

"Head Over Feet"

Original Performer:

Alanis Morisette

Parody Song Title:

"Head Over Toilet"

Parody Written by:

Mary Day and Linda Day

The Lyrics

I had no choice, but to drink it.
It called to me time and again.
I dreamt about it.
You treat me like,
I'm an alcoholic.
I'm not use to being sober.
You asked who I drank with.

The liquor's already gotten inside of me,
don't be alarmed if I trip over my feet.
And don't be surprised that I flirted with every
man at the bar.
I couldn't help it,
you took my car.

The malt liquor's thick,
I swallowed it hole.
I'm so much braver,
then you give me credit for.
I had no chaser.


I am the drinker of alcoholic things.
I threw up, and someone held my hair for me.
Thank God for bar patrons.


You're the best AA counselor
that I've ever met.
I've known so many men with low tolerance.
They couldn't handle the beer bong.


I've never felt,
this dizzy before.
I never ordered this shot of Malibu.
I can't see the floor now.
I can't see the floor now.


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Pacing: 3.9
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Total Votes: 19

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