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Song Parodies -> "Common Sense"

Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

The Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"Common Sense"

Parody Written by:

Lionel Mertens

The Lyrics

Q: What do you call a guy who pigs out on lamb chops? (Answer below)
Common sense,
knows the worth of a good neighbor fence
And shows respect to cohabitants
But, who believes in common sense?

Do we act as smart as we should be
There's a battle raging inwardly
Oh, common sense comes seldumbly

Those that we don't know,
We should show some tolerance
If we're full of hate,
We negate our common sense

Common sense,
Will put business before pleasurements
And wont shell out at its own expense
But, who adheres to common sense?

Look out number one,
Get a gun for self defense
You don't want to loose,
So you use your common sense

Common sense,
Takes a back seat to incompetence
Piss poor plans and over confidence
Oh, there's no end to common sense

Uh huh huh huh...
A: A mutton glutton

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