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Song Parodies -> "Senile Lady"

Original Song Title:

"Sexy Sadie"

Original Performer:

The Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"Senile Lady"

Parody Written by:

65th Beatle

The Lyrics

Senile lady, what have you done
You’ve forgotten your grandson
You’ve forgotten your grandson
Senile lady, ooh, what have you done
Senile lady, you’ve acted like a fool
You laid it down for all but He
You laid it down for all but He
Senile lady, ooh you’ve acted like a fool.
One sunny day the world was waiting for a grandmother
You came and forgot your grandson

Senile lady, the saddest of them all
Senile lady, how could you know?
Dementia was waiting just for you
Dementia was waiting just for you
Senile lady, ooh, how could you know
Your future’s all been set
Forgotten, you can’t think anymore
Forgotten, you can’t think anymore

Senile lady, ooh, it’s all been set
He gave her everything we owned just to sit at her table
Just a smile would lighten everything
Senile lady, the saddest of them all

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