Six Pack / Wolf Pack

Parody of “Wolfling”, words and music by Cynthia McQuillin

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Parody lyrics ©6/4/91 by Bob Kanefsky. All rights reserved. The copyright of the original lyrics and music remain with the holder(s) of the original copyright.

Thanks to Joey Shoji for innocently juxtaposing Must Have Been Drunk by Larry Haveluck and Wolfling at the dead-dog filksing at Consonance~.

Dm
Mem
ories of a drunken night
C
Make 
you shun the campfire light,
Dm
Haunt 
the edges of your C
dreams
...
Is Bb
friend
ship never C
what 
it Dm
seems
?

Chorus:
You Bb
tell 
yourself it Dm
can t 
be real:
The C
alc
hohol s to Dm
blame
.
So afraid of what you C
feel
,
You Bb
dare 
not speak its Dm
name
.

Just when you re sure it was the beer,
You let another pal too near.
A playful tussle on the sand:
The warmth of flesh beneath your hand!

(Chorus)

And when they tell those jokes again,
To prove that they themselves are men,
What will you say?  What will you do,
When you know it s what they d think of you?

(Chorus)

Memories of a drunken night
Make you shun the campfire light,
Haunt the edges of your dreams...
Is friendship never what it seems?
Is friendship never what it seems?