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Song Parodies -> "Achin' All Over"

Original Song Title:

"Shakin' All Over"

Original Performer:

Shakin' Stevens

Parody Song Title:

"Achin' All Over"

Parody Written by:

Glynn Leaney

The Lyrics

ACHIN' ALL OVER

When I had my flu jab yesterday,
That's when I started aching right away.

Shivers down my right arm,
I got a pain in my left arm,
I just couldn't keep calm;
Achin' all over!

Tried some pills but they didn't help at all.
Went upstairs then tripped and had a fall.

Shivers down my right arm,
I got a pain in my left arm,
I just couldn't keep calm;
Achin' all over!

(Guitar solo)

Shivers down my right arm,
I got a pain in my left arm,
I just couldn't keep calm;
Achin' all over!

We-ell, I ache like Hell and I hate it, baby,
I ache like Hell and I hate it, baby,
Well, ache, ache, ache...

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