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Doctor Suze

The Lyrics

Seussin', though I should be sprucin'
Up that room of mine
I ain't so inclined
Seussin' is the thing I have been choosin'
That ain't gonna fly
When mom comes to spy
And sees the room is messy
No cleaning I do
She'll be hurting me
In an ass-maul way
I'll be black and blue
Quirting she'll do
Because the room is messy
Like a trash-clogged slough
It's on a dirting spree
It was yesterday
Now I'm black and blue
Hurt brings boo-boo's
Hurt brings boo-hoo's
I love to read those books, I do
Mom thumps true and I'm black and blue
"Horton Hears a Who"
Go Seussin', I love to
I'm Seussin' in my room
Sly Seussin' is my doom

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Peter Andersson - August 24, 2017 - Report this comment
The first one was better, still now maybe I wanna tackle the most famous Susie in my country's music history:

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