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John F. McCullagh

Rookie - 798 Points (09/28/1954 / Flushing)

I lost that Loving feeling (song parody)


You never Lift the seat any more
When you have to pee
And when we’re making love
You always finish before me
it’s getting hard not to notice, Hubby
That weekly you get more and more chubby


I've lost that loving feeling
while staring up at the ceiling
I've lost that loving feeling
Now it's gone, gone, gone
Whoa-oh

Now there's no tenderness
In your eyes when you reach for me
You seem more interested
In our wall mount LCD
I’m depressed and inside I’m dying
Cause Baby can’t look beautiful crying

I've lost that loving feeling
while staring up at the ceiling
I’ve lost that loving feeling
Dead and gone gone gone
And I can't go on
No-oh-oh

Don’t expect me to get down on my knees for you
You’d have to pay me more than you expected to!
We’ve had it love, but now I’m gonna have my say
My day in court, the Judge will make you pay.

Bring back that loving feeling
with someone far more appealing
Bring back that loving feeling
Now it’s gone...gone...gone...
And I can't go on...
No-oh-oh...

Submitted: Saturday, October 31, 2009
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