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Song Parodies -> "Honey My Foot"

Original Song Title:

"Doctor My Eyes"

Original Performer:

Jackson Browne

Parody Song Title:

"Honey My Foot"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

Wife (Playing her guitar):Hi honey, what's up? Husband (Sits down and shows deep sore on his bare foot):This is! (Wife plays guitar, while husband sings.)
Honey my foot has real deep sores,
Won't go away, I need band aids,
And I need cream,
I have allergies to wooden shoes
And to flip-flops, and it itches bad.
Give me cream as soon as you can!

Honey my foot, give me some first aid.
I am in pain and I itch right to the bone!

Honey my foot is flaking skin flakes,
All over the carpet and has made a mess,
There is mucus coming out,
And I see some bugs crawling out,
Forming a society!

Honey my foot, I'm going insane!
There is pain and I really need your help!

(Wife gets bandages and cortizone cream.)

Honey my foot, I feel better now.
I'm in paradise after telling you that
I'm in pain!

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