It was Tuesday night,
We were at the show,
You said it's getting late,
We gotta go,
But the minute I walked in your front door
I saw your mom and I almost hit the floor
It was the way she was licking her ice cream cone,
I wanted to slip her my big bad bone,
But I didn't want you to know,
I thought your mom was so beautiful,

But I never thought it would lead to this,
I spent the night that we had our first kiss,
Even though the woman is 45,
She makes me glad to be alive
Alive

I decided to stay
You went to bed,
And I won't repeat the things she said,
I got her hand and I got up on her,
I blew faster than the unibomber,
Then the bell rang,
It's time for round two,
She introduced the scooby-doo-wop-bop-boom,
Then she pulled out a 20-inch butt plug (Oh no!)
I've never experienced butt love,

But I never thought it would lead to this,
I spent the night that we had our first kiss,
Even though the woman is 45,
She makes me glad to be alive,
How do I break up,
With my best friend's mom,
How do I break up,
With my best friend's mom

The next day i went to tell her it was over,
She spun me around,
And she bent me over,
Spanked me up and down,
Left and right,
All around
Well I guess there's a major lesson learned,
You're dogging your best friend's mom,
You're gonna get burned,
Now the girl's always calling me on the phone,
Doggy wants to hide a bone.

But I never thought it would lead to this,
I spent the night that we had our first kiss,
Even though the woman is 45,
She makes me glad to be alive,
How do I break up,
With my best friend's mom,
How do I break up,
With my best friend's mom

Get away,
Get away
Get away get away,
Get away,
Get away,
Get away get away,
Get away,
Get away
Get away get away,
Get away from me

Get away,
Get away
Get away get away,
Get away,
Get away,
Get away get away,
Get away from me,
Get away from me.


Lyrics submitted by pistachioAnn

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