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Song Parodies -> "To 'Know' Him Means to Love Him"

Original Song Title:

"To Know Him Is to Love Him"

Original Performer:

Teddy Bears

Parody Song Title:

"To 'Know' Him Means to Love Him"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

Phil Spector was the guitarist for the Bears. A hiking buddy of mine, who went to high school with Spector, dated the group's female singer. OS:
To “know,” know, know him
means to love, love, love him.
Euphemistic guile
of biblical style.
To “know,” know, know him
means to love, love, love him.
When we woo,
what ensues…
we use eu[phemism].

Turn the lights to dim,
into bed with him, go, go!
But it’s obliquely that we say
that we know each other and grin.
To “know,” know, know him
means to love, love, love him…
the deed do,
just we two,
i.e., screw.

He’s “knowing” me,
I “know” equally.
we describe biblically…
smoke-blow “bon mots.”

To “know,” know, know him
means to schtup, schtup, schtup him.
On each other piled,
we’re then going wild.

We know more than just limbs;
our “knowledge” we don’t limn.
We just screw…..

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