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Song Parodies -> "Humprey Bogart's Love song"

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Original Performer:

Steve Miller

Parody Song Title:

"Humprey Bogart's Love song"

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The Lyrics

Alright there sweetheart in the corner, here it goes!
(Musical Intro)

You walk in, you sit down,
You keep sobbing, you start to frown.
You talk talk on and on,
But guess what sweetheart, you turn me on!

Come here, come here you sweetheart....
Come here so that I can just poke ya'
Come here come here you sweetheart...
Can I just poke ya' one sweetheart?

You cannot pay me, you beg and plead,
You cannot think, you mislead,
You cannot dress, you can bleed,
But now kiss me, don't mislead!

I fight the goons, I fight the mob,
You look at me like you're gonna sob,
You lie down, in your room,
Kiss ya baby, poke's just beguuuun!
YA' YA' Ya'!

(Musical bridge and riffs while they show sexual suggestive scenery).

I walk in, you lie down, tell ya' POKE's BEGUN!
(Repeat until end).
Now that I have had my fun sweetheart, off to jail you go!

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The Parody Police - November 24, 2006 - Report this comment
So where's the rest of it?

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