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Song Parodies -> "Ball Then Pay"

Original Song Title:

"All the Way"

Original Performer:

Frank Sinatra

Parody Song Title:

"Ball Then Pay"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

Who's the one who'll love you
In D.C, and hop above you?
Ball then pay.
His bankroll will cheer you
When he pulls his wad out, near you:
Call-girl pay.

Call 'er and then ball 'er weekly,
What a shmuck and shlemiel.
Don't creep around, do it meekly.
Chutzpah, hubris. . .Achilles' Heel.

Now body [politic] don't need you;
Your "Be Good" no more they'll heed, too
Galled: "Go 'way!"
Realized, your worst fears:
Your name's smeared on print, net. . .appears
All the ways.

Now go, you have blown it. She too
Did same to tool, for pay.
Mistress will no more love you
Missus might change mind and shove you
Out one day,
Then you'll pay.

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Total Votes: 3

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alvin - March 13, 2008 - Report this comment
lay the pipe and pay the piper !
John Barry - March 13, 2008 - Report this comment
Thanks, Alvin.

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