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Partly an exercise in writing lyrics that sound rude, but could technically, if implausibly, be defended if played on daytime radio. Has anyone tried this? [A related example].

Links:
*Category: songs featuring animals.
*[Lyrics and guitar tab] from stephinsongs web site.










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