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Song Parodies -> "When the Hands on My Cock Play at Midnight"

Original Song Title:

"When the Hands of the Clock Pray at Midnight"

Original Performer:

Don Cornell

Parody Song Title:

"When the Hands on My Cock Play at Midnight"

Parody Written by:

Barry J. Mitchel

The Lyrics

The first stanza seems Onanistic, but the remaining stanzas hold a surprise. I followed the lyrics at this link.
When the hands on my cock play at midnight
And it points to the heavens above,
As they bend it to sway,
I silently pray
That the crime that's in the Bi-
ble will postpone another day.

Every flick of my cock seems to echo
Every beat of my heart calling whew.
As I whisper your name,
Does your heart do the same
When my hands, off my cock. play with you?

As I whisper your name,
Does your heart feel the flame
When my hands and my cock say let's screw?

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Say What - January 03, 2022 - Report this comment
Where's the mandatory rooster pun towards the end? *disappointed*

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