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Song Parodies -> "Dirty Old Time"

Original Song Title:

"Dirty Old Town"

Original Performer:

Ewan McColl

Parody Song Title:

"Dirty Old Time"

Parody Written by:

Bob Ferguson

The Lyrics

Dirty Old Time(Dirty old town)

verse 1
I met my girl at the Kelvin hall,
her teeth were brown, She wore Chanel,
I kissed that girl, with the nicotine smell,
Dirty old time, dirty old time.

Verse 2
Hash clouds were drifting, across the room,
Cats were smoking at my feet,
My dreams a girl, that can roll a fag,
Dirty old time, dirty old time.

Verse 3
I heard a siren it was the cops,
Flashes of blue, like disco de ja vue,
So many girls, in that smoky room,
Dirty old time, dirty old time.

Verse 4
I'm gonnae build me a giant fag,
Make it bigger than the longest tree,
Smoke it down with all my friends,
Dirty old time, dirty old time.

Bob's web site for Parodies is http://scottishparodies.tripod.comParody words copyright Bob Ferguson 2003

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