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Song Parodies -> "Don't Crap So Close To Me"

Original Song Title:

"Don't Stand So Close To Me"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Don't Crap So Close To Me"

Parody Written by:

Rick Duncan

The Lyrics


I’m walking the doggie
He likes to run amok
I let him run freely
Cause I don’t give a f***
When he does his biz’ness
I just don’t want to see
He’s marking all he can now
So unsani-tar-y

Don’t crap Don’t crap
Don’t crap so close to me X2

The neighbors all hate me
They put bags on my porch
Sometimes they all yell insults
Their words don’t even scorch
My canine, though he’s mine
I don’t believe in laws
Each pet has a contract
Each with an escape clause

Don’t crap Don’t crap
Don’t crap so close to me X2

I got me a ticket
From a cop on the beat
Doesn’t he have bad guys?
To capture in the street
I took it, I used it
To wipe my own big ass
No lesson did I learn
‘Cept people have no class

Don’t crap Don’t crap
Don’t crap so close to me X2

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