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Song Parodies -> "I'm No Cuckold"

Original Song Title:

"You're New Cuckoo"

Original Performer:

The Cardigans

Parody Song Title:

"I'm No Cuckold"

Parody Written by:

Joseph Little

The Lyrics

No ,im not experiencing any kind of lady problems right now, but I have been reading alot of redpill. Although redpill is a bit extreme, it has explained in full detail why putting women on a pedestal has failed miserably for me in the past in trying to get dates. I've been watching alot of this guy on Youtube, Coach Red Pill. I've decided to take a very girly song from a very girly band and redpill it. enjoy
I saw her there
I stopped and stared
The curly girlie smiled
He really was
Too close to her
And people just went by
I know her face
And her hypergamist ways
She whispers in his ear
I know the score
'Cause I've been red pilled before
Your lipstick has been smeared
Your words were clear (you said)
Let's keep on the DL, I’m on the pill
No longer together me and you
I’m no cuckold

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