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Song Parodies -> "Dirty Old Man"

Original Song Title:

"Sharp Dressed Man"

Original Performer:

ZZ Top

Parody Song Title:

"Dirty Old Man"

Parody Written by:

Tony Wiseguy

The Lyrics

Not quite there yet!
Pervert, bad news, looking up girls skirts, peek-a-boo.
Lawsuit, black eye, he's calling you honey pie.

They don't care about his pension plan.
Coz all the girls are leary of the dirty old man.

Holding his crotch, static cling,
He wants to take you to a Holiday Inn.
With mixed drinks he's Errol Flynn.
When he steps out he's living in sin.

They don't care if he has a suntan.
Coz all the girls are leary of the dirty old man.

Trench coat, welcome mat,
With no worries he's no aristocrat.
Hearing aids, boxing gloves,
Falling apart he wants illicit love.

They don't care if he has a health plan .
Coz all the girls are leary of the dirty old man.
All my lyrics are copyrighted.

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Pacing: 4.3
How Funny: 5.0
Overall Rating: 4.7

Total Votes: 3

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Old Man Ribber - January 21, 2010 - Report this comment
This sounds like way too many of my friends! LOL ;D

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