Parody of “Bitter Green”, words and music by
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Parody of “Bitter Green”, words and music by Cynthia McQuillin
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|a lifeguard at||D|
|Near the school where her||A|
|A space girl of an ex||D|
|With a shapely form, and an||A|
I’ve asked her to, but she says we can’t.
Her body’s makeup is different.
But she wears no makeup that I can see.
Just a sweet perfume that comes naturally.
I’d give a mint to be in her arms,
So I float face-down as a false alarm.
I feel her pull on my hands and feet.
Her arms are hard, but her scent is sweet.
I’m so excited to have her near,
That I gently bite her upon her ear.
A playful nibble it would have been,
But a blinding flash sears my eyes and skin.
Wintergreen, my love.
Her friends call her Candy.
Now I understand she
Truly is of Wintergreen.