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Song Parodies -> "I Want You to Taunt Me"

Original Song Title:

"I Want You to Want Me"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Cheap Trick

Parody Song Title:

"I Want You to Taunt Me"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

I want you to taunt me,
I need you to knead me,
I'd love you to slug me,
I'm beggin' you to belt me.

I want you to taunt me,
I need you to beat me,
I'd love you to punch me,
I'm beggin' you to welt me.

So fire up the old jackboots, get out the brand-new quirt.
Then get eagerly to work, and do not treat me gently.

Didn’t I, didn’t I ask you for a hiding?
Didn’t I, didn’t I didn’t I ask for biting?
If, as you say, you’re really my friend, then you will be inciting
organ of speech to produce epithets that are biting.

I want you to taunt me;
you could also bleed me.
I’d love you to slug me.
I’m egging you to deck me.

So fire up the old jackboots, get out the brand-new quirt.
Then get eagerly to work, and then Sacher-Masoch me.

Didn’t I, didn’t I ask you for a hiding?
Didn’t I ask you, not be law-abiding?
If you’re the obverse of me, you will find this really exciting!
And soon you’ll see, we’ll find this mutually delighting.

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