Uncensored - Owen Benjamin - Relationship Songs

Owen Benjamin: High Five Til It Hurts Season 1, Ep 101 06/28/2013 Views: 10,887

Owen Benjamin sings about every relationship he's ever been in, text message flirtations and the conflict he faces when both hungry and sleepy. (3:10)

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- I wrote this song.

It's called Every Relationship I've Ever Been In.

[sad music]

♪ Why are you mad?

♪ What did I do?

♪ Why won't you talk to me?

♪ How can I know

♪ If you don't tell me?

♪ Why are you so mad at me?

♪ We just woke up

♪ Like, ten minutes ago

♪ I can't think of one thing

♪ I could have possibly donebetween now and then ♪

♪ Was it another dream you had

♪ About me doing something badin the dream? ♪

'Cause if you're seriously madat me for that, you're crazy!

[chuckles]

[cheers and applause]

Thank you.

This song is another song.

It's called Text Message Love Story.

- Yeah!- Thank you, sweetie.

♪ I never knew you liked me

♪ I never thoughtyou cared ♪

♪ I was gonna touch you,but I was scared ♪

♪ I thoughtthat we were just friends ♪

♪ I thought that was the case

♪ Until you texted me

♪ A wink-y face

♪ And I said, "Ha, ha"

♪ And you said,"Hee, hee, hee" ♪

♪ I said, "Come overand make out with me" ♪

♪ "Ha, ha, hee, hee"

♪ 'Cause the smiley facemeans you're happy ♪

♪ The frown-y means you're sad

♪ Blushy facemeans you're blushing ♪

♪ But the wink-y facemeans you're glad ♪

♪ You're glad to seemy wiener ♪

♪ You're just winkingat my wiener, yeah ♪

♪ Wink-y, wink-y, wink-y

♪ At my dick-y, dick-y, dick-y

♪ Sucky, sucky,fuck-y, wink-y ♪

♪ Sucky, wink-y, fuck-y,wink-y ♪

♪ Suck it and fuck itand suck it ♪

♪ And fuck it and suck it

I don't knowhow to end the song.

I just kind of go off the railsa little bit.

This song is called Drunken Dilemma.

♪ I'm tired

♪ But I'm also hungry

♪ Should I eat,or should I sleep? ♪

♪ Should I eat,or should I sleep? ♪

♪ Should I eat,or should I sleep? ♪

♪ Should I eat,or should I sleep? ♪

♪ I know what I'm gonna do

♪ I'm just gonna masturbate

[cheers and applause]

Thank you.