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Song Parodies -> "You've Liked Me Two Months"

Original Song Title:

"You Like Me Too Much"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"You've Liked Me Two Months"

Parody Written by:

Jonathan Caws-Elwitt

The Lyrics

Though you've gone away this morning
You'll be back again tonight
I'm the path of least resistance
And a habit's hard to fight
We don't have much in common (this is true)
But you've liked me two months -- what can you do?

In theory, you could leave me
But then you would have to plan
And it's really too much effort
Though I'm not your ideal man
You're really pretty lazy, aren't you
And you've liked me two months -- what can you do?
© 2006 Jonathan Caws-ElwittMonkeys 1, Typewriters 0

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Phil Alexander - January 10, 2006 - Report this comment
This is excellent as far as it goes, but you missed half of it. Shame really, the first verse is perfect...
thatsme - December 14, 2006 - Report this comment

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