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Song Parodies -> "Inuphilia"

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Original Performer:

The Cure

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Parody Written by:

Red Rebel

The Lyrics

I wonder just how desperate a certain sinister spider demon could get so as to obtain every single Sacred Jewel shard...
I spy someone beginning with "N"...

On Sacred-Jewel legs the gumodan comes
Softly through the shadow of the evening sun
Stealing past the windows of the blissfully dead
Looking for the victim shivering in bed
Searching out fear in the gathering gloom

A movement in the corner of the room!
And there is nothing I can do
And I realize with fright
That the gumodan is having me for dinner tonight!

Quietly he laughs and shaking his head
Creeps closer now
Closer to the foot of the bed
And softer than shadow and quicker than ants
His arms are around me and his tongue is in my pants

Be still, be calm, be quiet now, my precious boy
Don't struggle like that or I will only love you more
But it's much too late to get away or turn on the light
The gumodan is having you for dinner tonight!

And I feel like I'm being eaten
By a thousand million shivering fangy holes
And I know that in the morning I will wake up
In the shivering cold

The gumodan is always hungry...

Come into my castle, said the spider to the dog
I have something...
Inu: Get away from me you lunatic! Kagome! Help! NO TOUCHY, NARAKU!!

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