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Song Parodies -> "Cream"

Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

The Everly Brothers

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Parody Written by:

Glittering Delights

The Lyrics

The trouble with being married to a great cook, is...
Cream....cream, cream, cream, cream....cream, cream, cream,
When I’m with you in your arms, when I want you and all your charms
Forever I’ll want you, but all we have to lose is cream... cream, cream, cream,
I love the way, you make our stew, with beef and greens, and dumplings too,
Forever I’ll want you, but all we have to lose is cream...

Cooking’s always fine, tasting sips of wine, any time, night or day
Only trouble is, Gee Whiz, we’re eating our lives away
I need you so, I always will, so keep your health, with all your pills
Forever I’ll want you, but all we have to cream...

Milk that’s semi-skimmed, exercise those limbs, strolling out into town
Only trouble is, gee whiz, there’s always an Up after Down...
Let’s walk some more beside the sea, with no more moans, just you and me
Forever I’ll want you, all we have to cream...

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