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Song Parodies -> "Luscious Boogers"

Original Song Title:

"Sugar, Sugar"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Luscious Boogers"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

so gummy, gummy
chew some “nose candy,” girl?
I’ll soon have you noshin’ too.

of luscious, boogers
makes me so happy, girl;
I hope you’ll be gobblin’ too.

Famished! Time to eat;
I’ll pluck a luscious lunch for you
(Here’s a sweet picked lunch for you).
Fabulous this treat;
I'll pick winner dinner for you
(a winner dinner for you).

Ah! Boogers, yum! gummy, gummy.
This one's a dandy curl…
luscious and a lovely hue.

When I picked it, girl,
I knew how sweet this piece would be
(I knew how sweet this piece would be).
Like this sumptuous lunchtime portion,
what a treat to see
(Gorge on this treat now with me! )

Loogies pour out first, pre-boogers, runny, runny.
Portage out the solid boogers, baby;
they make a luscious bite to eat, yeah, yeah, yeah.
Portion out those boogers, baby, yeah.
Pork out on those boogers, honey, yeah.
They’re such a sumptuous sight; let's eat, yeah, yeah, yeah.
Ah, boogers, nose plumbing, plumbing;
They taste so dandy, girl,
I want solidified goo. . . .

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