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Song Parodies -> "Apron Love"

Original Song Title:

"April Love"

Original Performer:

Pat Boone

Parody Song Title:

"Apron Love"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

Apron Love,
is for the very o-old
Uniforms our mothers wore
back years ago
Apron Love,
they're something seldom se-een
How many mom's
with Aprons, do you know?

Neck high, behind they'd tie
in solid prints or flowers
Kitchening for hours,
That's where mom's would stay
But Apron Love
has slipped right thru life's fingers
only worn by guys
who barbecue, today

Neck high, behind they'd tie
print patterns, or with flowers
Progress, sometimes it sours
much of life's sweet way
Like Apron Love
it's slipped right thru life's fingers
They're just worn by guys
who barbecue, today...

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TJC - November 20, 2006 - Report this comment
Your lore of yore is never a bore.... High score!
alvin rhodes - November 20, 2006 - Report this comment
unique theme
AFW - November 20, 2006 - Report this comment
Thanks, TJC, and alvin

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