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Song Parodies -> "Dominatrix"

Original Song Title:

"Breathe"

Original Performer:

Faith Hill

Parody Song Title:

"Dominatrix"

Parody Written by:

Anonymous

The Lyrics

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Since I was a girl I loved the whips and chains;
A riding crop to make the boys obey.
Ditching class in junior high for dirty games-I'd bring
Hydrogen peroxide and band-aids.

Growing up I learned that there were men to tame;
Safety words were thrown out right away.
Power and control were drugs I couldn't shake-and you know
That explains why you came.

I can make you bleed
Drop you to your knees
I can make you sweat and cry and scream
I've gotten pretty good
Put on your leather hood and beg me please
I'll grab you by the nuts
Spank your rubber shiny butt
Baby isn't that the way that love's supposed to be?
Come here, put on your leash

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