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Song Parodies -> "At Your Least Generous"

Original Song Title:

"At My Most Beautiful"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"At Your Least Generous"

Parody Written by:

Heathcliff the Cat

The Lyrics

I'm back, baby!
Remember Christmas Morning
And my dismay
You gave me your old socks

No thought was evident
In buying that gift
I could have almost wept
At your lack of tact
You never show curiosity
In my desires
I look upon these socks
You once said they were old and worn
And now they're in my name!

Remember my last birthday?
Or Valentine's?
Your wardrobe bared its guts

At your least generous
I portray gratitude
With every platform shoe I've unwrapped
I die inside
How can I wear this pink shellsuit?
This pringle scarf?
Your taste is also shot!

And so for our next christmas
I've wrapped your gift
A spatula, unwashed

A melancholy mithering mixed up and cultivated by Heathcliff the Cat, 2005.

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Pacing: 5.0
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Overall Rating: 4.5

Total Votes: 2

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