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These are short parody lyrics set to the lyrics of songs by Connie Francis.

Connie Francis

Connie Francis', "Lipstick On Your Collar"
Better Lyrics:
When you left me all alone in New Mexico
Told me you were gonna smoke outside the disco
I knew you were cheatin’, it was plain to see
That the object of your love was a desert tree!

Cactus on your trousers boy you got some nerve
Cactus on your trousers spikes in every curve
Bet your life we’re finished you’re a twisted perv
‘Cause cactus on your trousers pain that you deserve, yeah
Original Lyrics:
When you left me all alone at the record hop
Told me you were going out for a soda pop
You were gone for quite a while, half an hour or more
You came back and man oh man this is what I saw

Lipstick on your collar told a tale on you
Lipstick on your collar said you were untrue
Bet your bottom dollar you and I are through
'Cause lipstick on your collar told a tale on you, yeah
Submitted by: Conning Fascists

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