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Song Parodies -> "Spittle Whirls"

Original Song Title:

"Little Girl"

Original Performer:

Syndicate of Sound

Parody Song Title:

"Spittle Whirls"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

A one-hit wonder from the 60s. If you give a spit, you can find the original lyrics and the band's brief history at
Sprayed spittle whirls,
Then it wafts and glides,
Muckin' the floor.
The lake on the rug wakes
The drug-wasted thugs that snore.

Spittle swirls; snot follows
As viscous loogie.
Gets caught about halfway
Down visage of Louie, yuck!

Dripped like pearls hit him;
His dyspeptic dimension grew.
He bent spouting me
Till I was a curlicue.

As he leaves, spittle whirls;
I watch it drowning the floor.
It slops my noggin
As he slogs through the moor, yuck!

The spit's slick and he slides,
His heavy body soaked with goo.
Lou's mad, miffed; he whirls:
"Spit all over floored you!" Ha, ha, ha, ha!

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