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Song Parodies -> "I Dress as Non-King"

Original Song Title:

"I Regret Nothing"

Original Performer:

Edith Piaf

Parody Song Title:

"I Dress as Non-King"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

Like a queen with breasts,
How well I am dressed.
Get dolled up for the ball,
I'll come frocked as a gal,
Looking like a queen.

How well I am dressed.
Dress, then egress; to fest, ingress.
And yes, I confess:
Don't want to arrive
Attired as a guy
'Cause I won't come alive;
Dudes' duds don't get me high.
The ball makes my heart soar--
(Down there on the dance floor).
I seek, a gigolo, to dance--
Isn't that what they're for?--
Let it be he who wears the pants.

Like a queen with breasts,
How well I am dressed
Get dolled up for the ball,
I'll come frocked as gal Gaul,
Looking like a queen.

Tough titty
For the law.
Got writty
When they saw
Me not in jeans--
Start dictating:
"Dress as a king,
Not like a queen!"

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