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Song Parodies -> "To Lug Somebody"

Original Song Title:

"To Love Somebody"

Original Performer:

Bee Gees

Parody Song Title:

"To Lug Somebody"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

After I finished this, I discovered I'd done a similar one with the same tile almost a year ago. Oh well.
You're not light,
Certainly not light
Must be 30 stone, 3
My zaftig wife, why me, liftin' you,
Liftin' you?

What you weigh, I would hate to say
More than Henry VIII, a weighty king
Schlep you in schling
Because your gut's huge, big gut

You don't know what it's like, Weighty,
You don't know what it's like,
To lug somebody,
To lug somebody
The way I lug you.

As I strain,
My face contorts in pain
Your frame, that of a kine
I fear that you'll snap my spine
'Cause you dine, too much, you dine.
A whole ham,
Forty cases of Spam,
Ten gallons of beef stew--
When the hors d'oeuvre are through
Drink a butt* of brew, Big Butt.

You don't know. . . .

*108 imperial gallons

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alvin rhodes - December 15, 2005 - Report this comment
i lug it

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