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Song Parodies -> "Away in the Doghouse"

Original Song Title:

"Away in a Manger"

Original Performer:

Traditional

Parody Song Title:

"Away in the Doghouse"

Parody Written by:

Rebekah Dub

The Lyrics

Parody #20 of the 25 Parodies of Christmas Challenge.
Away in the doghouse, my man has been bad
He stared at a woman walking through the mall
She wore heavy makeup, was scantily clad,
And looked ready to kick him straight in the balls

My man is yelling and whining up a storm
But I’m in the kitchen minding my business
He shoulda thought things through intently before
Trying to get into that woman’s business

After I finished cooking I let him out
What woman would I be if I let him starve?
While he was eating I made him think about
What he did ‘cause next time his eyes out I’ll carve

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