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Song Parodies -> "My Towel Won't Dry"

Original Song Title:

"When Mermaids Cry"

Original Performer:

Eagle Eye Cherry

Parody Song Title:

"My Towel Won't Dry"

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The Lyrics

My Towel Won't Dry

You were drenched in ocean tides,
So I just cast you aside,
This is how you came to be
Another piece of beach debris

My day destroyed
I needed to find
Another towel
For peace of mind
Now I wonder where to go
To find a new towel, I don't know

Many times I've been told
Of a little store
It was just past the carpark
It ain't there no more

Towelless bather, this is me,
My old towel washed away to sea
Next time that my towel won't dry
I'll put it in the sun to lie

Towels dry
They need to lie
Out in the sun
To get things done

The towel was mine,
I was untrue,
The question is
What am I to do?
Think I'll have to
Go on the prowl
Try to find my little towel

Make amends, apologise,
Cause I can feel tears in my eyes,
Think I'll have to go on the prowl
Try to find my little towel


And there it is,
I shout and cry,
I'm so happy I could die
There ain't nothing I won't do
For you, little towel, little towel


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