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Original Song Title:

"Uno Mundo"

Original Performer:

Buffalo Springfield

Parody Song Title:


Parody Written by:

Paul Robinson 2

The Lyrics

Examining the eternal triangle between cartoon characters. Now Bluto's been at sea a long time, and Popeye - well, he's always been short-tempered, highly possessive and prone to violence, so...
(Long instrumental intro)

"Ooh", said Bluto
"Her body's pleasiing"
She touched his soul
"Olive Oyl's dreamy"
Stiff grew his pole
"I need relieving"
Then he said
"I want that dame"

If truth be told
Olive is skinny
Sexless and cold
She's not work winning
Popeye's her beau
Now his head's spinning
Bluto should not
touch his dame


Looked at Bluto
(brief instrumental line)
Popeye did scold
(brief instrumental line)
"Don't do" he told
(brief instrumental line)
Told him
"Do not touch my dame"

Then said Bluto
"Olive's a hottie"
Want to do her
Lust for her body"
Then he bellowed
"Popeye won't harm me"
He said
"Ho-ho, Popeye's lame"


Took hold Bluto
"I am not weakling
Knock you out cold
when I'm through speaking
You'll see, a**hole
Your ass I'll be kicking
You'll have new hole
in your face"

(Instrumentals out to end fade)

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