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Song Parodies -> "Lazy and Rude"

Original Song Title:

"Crazy for You"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Lazy and Rude"

Parody Written by:

Robert D. Arndt Jr.

The Lyrics

A caretaker vs his patient...
Lays in bed as the morning starts
Ass lets loose a torrent of farts
Guy's a bum whose bed is quite undone

Hear some cursin' in the air
I try to avoid his dagger-like stares
Big body starts to sway my way
Damn, I wish he'd use his cane, because

He's lazy and rude
Takes his pills and eats a lot of food
I never wanted anyone like this
My bill is due, I want to be dismissed cuz
He's lazy and rude, lazy and rude

Trying hard to control myself
Treat his wounds, wish he'd bathe himself
By his side 'cause I'm paid, that's all

Watches TV when in the mood
So much garbage all over this room
He drools, his shirt covered in slime
I think I'm losing my mind, because


Caretakers are few, he's lazy and rude
Wish he was subdued
He's so lazy and rude, so lazy and rude!

Now he's in the nude!!! Eeeewww!!!

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Overall Rating: 5.0

Total Votes: 7

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