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Song Parodies -> "Stuffed Toys"

Original Song Title:

"Rough Boys"

Original Performer:

Pete Townshend

Parody Song Title:

"Stuffed Toys"

Parody Written by:

Malcolm Higgins

The Lyrics

stuffed toys, under my sheets
snuggle even closer
stuffed toys
they're really neat
only they go here
stuffed toys
shall I repeat?
I love to bite and kiss them

I look to see what I can find
stuffed bits
with a bottle of wine
when their seam is broken
sew it
just a stitch here in time
not a word is spoken

stuffed toys
they always play
I'm still pretty messed here
stuffed toys
I'm gonna fill up my home
I'm still really blessed here

gonna get another two
gonna get another no, never mind

stuffed toys, takeing the cake
made out of fur or leather
no noise,
don't ever take them away
stuffed kids
what can I do
they're so nice and feely
some bits
they need some nice mushy shoes
and they're my needings

stuffed toys, under my sheets
snuggle even closer
stuffed toys
they're really neat
only they go here
stuffed toys
shall I repeat?
I love to bite and kiss them

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