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Song Parodies -> "Updog"

Original Song Title:

"Up Down"

Original Performer:

Morgan Wallen(feat. Florida Georgia Line)

Parody Song Title:


Parody Written by:

Daniel Croxton

The Lyrics

Updog Scrantonicity II(Feat. Wilkes-Barre Scranton Line) If Pam Knew Me Big D/Mikey 3 Records
It's 20 after 9
He got here just in time
To hear that silly line
I told my future wife
He kept getting it wrong
Tried to say it all day long
It smells like Updog, updog, updog
Seems I made a mistake
Saying that today
It seemed really tame
So, I said it just the same
Turns out he'll try this joke all day
It smells like Updog, updog, updog
It's a waste of time if you ask me
To ask everybody, just to see
If someone ask him what smells like Updog, updog, updog
To tell you the truth, that joke's not the best
But he went and laughed and now he's gone and tried to get a chuckle out of that
It smells like Updog, updog, it smells like updog
(Whatcha know about it, Jimbo)
Well, a laugh is what he sought
It's harder than he thought
To have someone to get caught
Will they laugh or will they not?
Don't wanna kill his fun
But when will he be done
It smells like Updog, updog, updog

Looks like Dwight's coming this way
He'll ask what's updog, updog, updog


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