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Song Parodies -> "Rogaine"

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Eric Clapton

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The Lyrics

When you start to go bald, there's a new drug out, Rogaine
If it won't ever grow down, down to the ground, Rogaine
Grow a mop, way up top, it won't stop, Rogaine.

Take it straight to the roots, you won't have no blues, Rogaine
When your rinse is all done, now starts the fun, Rogaine
Grow a mop, way up top, it won't stop, Rogaine.

If your hairline is gone, and you want to have some, Rogaine
Don't forget this fact, you can grow it all back, with Rogaine
Grow a mop, way up top, it won't stop, Rogaine.

Grow a mop, way up top, it won't stop, Rogaine.

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Overall Rating: 5.0

Total Votes: 1

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Jeff Reuben - July 10, 2003 - Report this comment
Not exactly original, it's been done 4 times on this site now, and by Bob Rivers in Seattle, but at least it wasn't copied from one of them.
neminem - July 11, 2003 - Report this comment
Also by Mark Jonathan Davis, a great parodist who deserves much more respect than he's gotten - though he has recently gotten moderately famous through his alter-ego, Richard Cheese. See http:// for more details on that.

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