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Song Parodies -> "Wubbzy"

Original Song Title:

"Dang Me"

Original Performer:

Roger Miller

Parody Song Title:


Parody Written by:

Darius Whitehead

The Lyrics

This is just a parody about Wubbzy and his friends. Nothing special.
Well, Daizy comes round, just ballet dancing.
Maybe she does a little gardening.
Perhaps she may want more,
Of that little guy who lives just next door.

Wubbzy. Wubbzy.
They oughta have a great tea party.
Daizy has all her dolls,
Wubbzy's playing with his ball.

Widget would be here building an invention all right,
Most of them would break a fight.
She doesn't give up, she tries again,
Most of them have the same number 3000.

Wubbzy, Wubbzy.
Widget would build him something funny.
Like some robotic machine,
They would love to hear it sing.

They meet Walden, their friend, he's smart, but not too clumsy.
He knows about art, books, and even chemistry.
He actually has plenty of time to think.
He's gotta be a writer, but he's run out of ink.

And Wubbzy, Wubbzy.
He's having fun in this big old tree.
His tail is so bendy.
They even called it kooky.
Wubbzy and his friends are owned by Bob Boyle.
(C) Darius Studios.

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Total Votes: 1

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