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Song Parodies -> "Awl's The Way"

Original Song Title:

"All The Way"

Original Performer:

Frank Sinatra

Parody Song Title:

"Awl's The Way"

Parody Written by:

Airfarcewon

The Lyrics

If you wonder, ever
How to poke a hole in leather,
Awl's the way...

Or when you do woodwork,
Tho' there's other things that could work,
Awl's the way...

Special are these tools for holing
Like those in belts are spaced
Need it? down to Sears go strolling,
For a lifetime, they'll..be replaced

Nothing does the job like,
This great instrument that's knob-like
Awl's the way...

Some are used for marking,
If not up that tree, you're barking
"Stitching" say...

Tell them what the project need is
Grab the right tool, today

To hole that belt for Heather,
And get it all together,
Awl's the way...

Awl's the way

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