Impotency really sucks.
I don't know why I can't get it up.
Why me?! Why?!
All of my friends make fun of me.

"Hard to ejaculate! Easy to pee!"
Now I can dance with girls without getting a woodrow!
I'm flaccid and limp. I can't get an erection.
(Aw, my only chance to get laid and this had to happen)

There must be something wrong with me.
I will never get laid.
I've got a penis infection.
There must be something wrong with me!!
Uh, duh...impotency!

I went to my doctor the other day,
He asked me if I was straight or gay.
Well, my eyes are slanted.
That's not the problem can't you see, you stupid rug rat?
I've got a problem. actually, I've got a case called impotency.
Oh yeah, yeah.


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Impotency Lyrics as written by John T. Tran

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    these are obviosly the most powerful lyrics of all time

    AL_kalineon June 15, 2002   Link
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    this song cracks me up!!!

    SarahDee86on July 25, 2002   Link

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