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Song Parodies -> "Pretty Flimsy Coat"

Original Song Title:

"Pretty Flamingo"

Original Performer:

Manfred Mann

Parody Song Title:

"Pretty Flimsy Coat"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

What a shock, with all this ice, such a flimsy coat,
Way up there, where there’s no sun
That will shine in a gray sky.
When she walks, I see her spine—light, this flimsy coat.
Skimpy dress lets in the light;
I spy her teats, and what a sight!
When she walks by, she tightens up my nascent wood.
I’ve got my eye trained and gimlet, cause she looks good. . .

No brief gaze, unfazed is mine. . .pretty flimsy coat.
And what I spy’s extended me:
Her pair so fine I glare and see. . .
Pretty flimsy coat, pretty flimsy coat.

When she walks by, she is quite nigh to naked, good!
I’ve got my eye trained and gimlet, up I have stood,
Extension wood.

No brief gaze, unfazed is mine. . .pretty flimsy coat.
And what I spy’s re-membered me;
Her pair I find thick-vestment-free.
Pretty flimsy coat, pretty flimsy coat.

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Pacing: 4.0
How Funny: 5.0
Overall Rating: 4.3

Total Votes: 3

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LilScorPio - March 02, 2012 - Report this comment
. . . Sir, I thought you said you were "64" . . . ?See, I knew along that you're truly age 44 !

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