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Song Parodies -> "Lupine Louie"

Original Song Title:

"Louie Louie"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Lupine Louie"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

Lupine Louie, oh no! He’s gone lobo.

Canines…lips curl…sharp as can be.
He’ll snatch and rip; quite cross is he.
If you go out all alone,
a chance you might not make it home.

Lupine Louie, oh no! He’s gone lobo.

It’s night, not day, when out comes he.
He only works nocturnally.
He’s equipped with creepy hair.
The smell of roses…can’t compare.

Lupine Louie, oh no! He’s gone lobo.

He waits beneath the moon above…
an appetizer turtle dove.
To you he will cause harm, my friend.
Don’t ever leave your house again.

Lupine Louie, oh no! He’s gone lobo.
Lupine Louie, oh no! Sleep in—don't go!

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