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Song Parodies -> "All You Have To Do Is Clean"

Original Song Title:

"All I Have To Do Is Dream"

Original Performer:

Beverly Brothers

Parody Song Title:

"All You Have To Do Is Clean"

Parody Written by:

Lionel Mertens

The Lyrics

Clean, clean, clean, clean
Clean, clean, clean, clean

When you open up your doors
And I view your filthy floors
Whenever I see you
All I want to do is... SCREAM!


I know you love your kitty 'Socks'
But you need to change his 'shitter box'
Whenever he goes pooh
All I want to do is... Squeam


Oh my heavens, Lord!
What's this crap you horde?
Call for help, like today!
The way your house is crammed
God D*mn!
A person can't find their way

If thrives broke in, then they would die
They'd stop breathin', without a sigh
Whenever I pass through
All I want to do is... HEAVE!

Please, please, please,

Clean, clean, clean, clean
Clean, clean, clean, clean


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Overall Rating: 5.0

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Original by the Everly Brothers.

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