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Song Parodies -> "Open Sores"

Original Song Title:

"Open Arms"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Open Sores"

Parody Written by:

Jan Unwin

The Lyrics

Lying beside you, here in the dark,
feeling your heart beat with mine
What's that? I whisper, there near your rear,
what's that there on your behind?
We were once together, then drifted apart,
and now you need fungicide

So now you come to me with open sores,
scabs on your hide, what a dreadful display
Suggest you go to the drugstore,
If it burns when you pee, don't come looking for me
Open sores

I've been without you, stayed all alone,
While you're out there growing butt mold
Don't want to hold you, won't cross that frontier,
Go on back to the sheepfold
Don't know where you got it, I just couldn't say,
But you look sheepish today


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Pacing: 5.0
How Funny: 3.7
Overall Rating: 5.0

Total Votes: 3

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Jeff Reuben - January 27, 2004 - Report this comment
Good song, and I was happy to see the google ad for Dog Skin Rash Remedy. I parodied this as well (Open Bar), so it got my attention. Pacing was excellent, don't think you missed there.

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