On the first day of Christmas
My true slut gave to me
A virgin so very horny

On the second day she gave to me
2 pecker rubs
And a virgin so very horny

Now on the third day of Christmas
That ol' bitch she brought home
3 french whore.......
Now on the 4th day of Christmas
4 calling girls

Now on the 5th day she brought me home something special
She brought me home something special
5 herpy seeds

On the 6th day of Christmas she gave me
6 cunts a laying

On the 7th day of Christmas I got wet and wild
With 7 swampy ladies

Now on the 8th day I got something special
she went into her langerai
She got her dirtyiest pair of underware
8 crusty panties

On the 9th day of Christmas
My true slut gave to me
8 of her friends including herself
9 chicks a fucking

On the 10th day of Christmas
It was a good day for head
I'll bet you even good ol' Saint Nick stayed home in bed
She gave me 10 sluts a sucking

And on the 11th day I should have been a baby
She gave me 11 tits a milkin'

Alright, alright, alright, alright, alright
So this is the day we've been waiting for
She gave me on the
12th day a lot of lip, not a lot of crap, a lot of lip
A lot of dick suckin' lot of prick fuckin'
She gave me 12 lips a suckin'

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