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Song Parodies -> "Walk Into The Grove"

Original Song Title:

"Into The Groove"

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Parody Song Title:

"Walk Into The Grove"

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The Lyrics

from "The Inaccurate Confection". A number of things are happening in this song, but I don't know what they are. Another one of my "eerie nightmares" that wrote itself.
Now make your stance
With perspiration
Move on!
They're waiting!

Walk into the grove
Turn the heat on the stove
Make lunch for me
My life is so sweet
Now make it complete
Just listen to me

The stick I use is an institution
Servitude is no one's substitution
You might be losers in the bright sunlight
But we are winners in the dark moon--right?

Always take a chance with incivility
I can lock you into a life of slavery
The fires burning—it's not good for your health
Tonight I'll take a chance and raise some welts.

Got to learn to stuff my emotions away
Take the sadness and the anger and watch what I say
Don't try to display it, it is not wise
You will be chastised by the other guys
(bridge) (chorus)

Take out your new teeth here for me
No anesthetic---1,2,3
Mouth is bloody, feels like slime
And it tastes like brine

And it tastes like brine (4x)
(chorus repeat and fade)

Copyright 2001, Agrimorfee.

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