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Song Parodies -> "Don't Forget To Dismember"

Original Song Title:

"Don't Forget To Remember"

Original Performer:

Bee Gees

Parody Song Title:

"Don't Forget To Dismember"

Parody Written by:

Mick Capewell

The Lyrics

Well I can't believe that you are leaving.
You take care of all my little 'tendencies'.
I can get my kicks from rubber suits and stuff like that
But mutilation isn't the same without you.



Don't forget to dismember me
All the bits that you can see.
I would dismember you
All of you.

In my heart there's a wooden stake
Thrust down from above.
Don't forget to dismember me
My love.



When we met I thought I'd found my soul mate.
Your whips and chains and knives I did adore.
But now who will stretch me on the rack or slash my wrists?
And kick me when I'm unconscious on the floor.



Don't forget to dismember me
I just love the pain you see,
Burned in my memory
I love it.

Put my head in a guillotine
Give it a little shove,
So don't forget to dismember me
My love.

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