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Song Parodies -> "Sorry the Sot"

Original Song Title:

"Sorry the Lot"

Original Performer:

Gilbert and Sullivan

Parody Song Title:

"Sorry the Sot"

Parody Written by:

Rick Duncan

The Lyrics

This is from a complete parody of "The H.M.S. Pinafore". The concept is the whole thing takes place in a bar like "Cheers" And Yes, it took a lot of beer to write it.
SONG-MOREPHINE

Sorry the sot who likes my loins
Who likes the smiles I'm making
It's just a job I do for coins
When I laugh with you I am faking
So I will make my meaning clear
Don't ask me out, just ask for beer

I do not drink, as you all know
For I am my father's daughter
My morals are high, while yours is low
I'm pure as the mountain water
And someday I my be happily wed
But not to you, so please drop dead

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