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Song Parodies -> "Bra Zilch"

Original Song Title:

"Brazil"

Original Performer:

Various Artists

Parody Song Title:

"Bra Zilch"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

Bra zilch: The brace has got a lot more room
not encased in a fabric tomb…
lift like helium-filled balloons
when they’re not snugly tethered.

Now, the narrow gap has gone away
between them when they were in stays.
Unencumbered, they’re free to sway—
mounds no more inside those halters shoved…
kinda like they’ve been degloved,
yielding a view that’s beloved.
Yearn guys to thrill at no bra…zilch.

Now, the narrow gap that hampered splay
is gone ’cause they’re no more in stays.
I guess you could say, they hold sway.
Mounds no more inside that prison shoved…
a lightness for those bejugged.
However, you might be slugged
if eyes should thrill too much
at no bra…filliped!

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