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Song Parodies -> "Reappear"

Original Song Title:

"Disappear"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Inxs

Parody Song Title:

"Reappear"

Parody Written by:

Malcolm Higgins

The Lyrics

why'm I crying?
I think my herpes left me
pain and suffering
all the lesions off of me
and it can't ever be denied
and I don't want no more
and when I see one coming
I just start to bawl

calamine,
onto mine
when at first they disappear
sexual problems,
must be near
and my partner lives in fear

say you swine
and give yourself the treatments that you know
I'm needing all that doc can give me
and I hope it doesn't swell
quick dry healing
need some masturbation
they go dry as the meds go in
all across all of the sores today

say , If I could
look and think there is a reason
and I can never never be;
one who makes sense of his healings
am I looking at medication
make me realize all that I am
is a disease inside this man

calamine,
onto mine
when at first they disappear
sexual problems,
must be near
and my partner lives in fear

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Wild Man - October 02, 2003 - Report this comment
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