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Song Parodies -> "Pushy Bushy"

Original Song Title:

"Wooly Bully"

Original Performer:

Sam The Sham And The Pharoahs

Parody Song Title:

"Pushy Bushy"

Parody Written by:

Steve Kalafut

The Lyrics

No, this one is not about our current president, but about the USC running back, who gave his QB an "assist" into the end zone on the last play against ND. "Hankie" is a slang term for the yellow "flag" used by officials to signal a penalty, something that USC may well have deserved for the aforementioned "assist". In a happy coincidence, there is a "Matty" in the original song, also a form of the QB's first name.
USC Trojans, played a football game
Up there in South Bend, versus Notre Dame
Pushy Bushyyyyyyyyyyyyy, Pushy Bushy
Go and block him, gotta knock him, on his tushy

Matty named Leinart, tried a QB run
On the second last play, now it's down to one
Pushy Bushyyyyyyyyyyyyy, Pushy Bushy
Ball he droppy, clock now stoppy, he's no wussie

Reggie saw Matty, Leinart looked at Bush
Got into the endzone, because of Reggie's push
Pushy Bushyyyyyyyyyyyyy, Pushy Bushy
Ref I thankie, 'cause no hankie, for the pushie

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