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Song Parodies -> "The Clock (What Does The Clock Say?)"

Original Song Title:

"The Fox (What Does the Fox Say?)"

Original Performer:

Ylvis

Parody Song Title:

"The Clock (What Does The Clock Say?)"

Parody Written by:

the_conqueror_of_parodies

The Lyrics

Part of my Pop Danthology 2013 self-challenge. Dude never learnt to tell the time...
Ha-and's o-on two, big a-and small
What's tha-at mean? I do-on't kno-ow, see
'Frai-aid i-it's true, the time's u-unknown
Never lea-earnt to-o tell i-it, dude
Is it half-past ten? Feel du-umb
I might be-e la-ate no-ow, no-ow, now
Open and round, I'm still lost, thou-ough
What does the clock say?

Tick-tick-tick-tick-tick-a-tick-a-tick
Goes tick-tick-tick-tick-a-tick-tick
Goes tick-tick-tick-tick-a-tick-a-tick
What's the clock say?
What's, what's, what's, what's, what's it now?
A-what's, what's, what's, what's, what's it now?
What's, what's, what's, what's, what's it now?
What's the clock say?
I plain, I plain don't know
I plain, I plain don't know
I plain, I plain don't know
What's the clock say?
Dunce, dunce, dunce, dunce, a dunce, a dunce
Dunce, dunce, dunce, a dunce, a dunce
Dunce, dunce, dunce, dunce, a dunce, a dunce
What's the clock say?

I-It's true-ue I have a-a phone
Tells the-e time in nu-umbe-ers, though
A-Ana-alogue makes me-e ill
Cause I ca-an't wo-ork it ou-out still
My one regret, it's doabl-le
By the who-ole wo-orld, but not I
What makes it worse is that all jo-obs
That I've worked at have had tho-ose clo-o-o-o-ocks, clo-o-o-o-ocks, clo-o-o-o-ocks
Can't use my phone, so-o I sto-o-o-o-op, sto-o-o-o-op, sto-o-o-o-op
What does the clock say?

Hands go round 'n' round 'n' round
Hands go round 'n' round 'n' round
Hands go round 'n' round 'n' round
What's the clock say?
Lack-ack-ack-ack-ack-ack-ack know-how
Lack-ack-ack-ack-ack-ack-ack know-how
Lack-ack-ack-ack-ack-ack-ack know-how
What's the clock say?
It's two, no, it's three
Half-two, no, half-three
It's two, no, it's three
What's the clock say?
Ah-ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh
Ah-ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh
What does the clock say?

Whenever I see clo-ocks
I get so a-angry-y
Cause they won't do me goo-ood
I'll screw up my timi-in'
Big face so-o round
Huge decepti-ive jo-oke
At least it is a joke o-on me-e
Wha-at do you-ou sa-ay?
Lookin' at you is painful
I-I misunde-erstoo-oo-ood
Ti-ime's windi-in' do-own (abubububwaydum)
Boobadibibupbwaydum
Abubububwaydum
I will neve-er kno-ow (bibidibababaydum)
Wha-at time is shown (babadumbaydum), wha-at time is shown, wha-at time is sho-o-own
Abibidibabambaydum

Neil: Oh, what's the time?
Mike: Vyv, here's your chance. See the big hand there?
Vyvyan: Yeah.
Mike: That's on the two, right.
Vyvyan: Yep.
Mike: And the little hand is on that one there just before the twelve, now what's that one?
Vyvyan: Eleven?
Mike: Perfectly excellent. So what's the time?
Vyvyan: Er... half past five!

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