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Song Parodies -> "Locomotive Breath"

Original Song Title:

"Locomotive Breath"

Original Performer:

Jethro Tull

Parody Song Title:

"Locomotive Breath"

Parody Written by:

Hu's On First

The Lyrics

Woke up a mess this morning
I had locomotive breath
Smelled like crapped-out garlic
Mixed with gaseous death

Oh, my wife has on a gas mask
The poodle is passed out
I've gotta call the dentist
My mouth it won't stop stinking
I can't wash it out

I see children run away
All gasping for some air
And then some punkish teen boy
Probably on some dare

He walks right up and kisses me
Then runs away in shock
I've gotta call the dentist
My mouth it won't stop stinking
I can't wash it out

Dogs miles away are howling
The birds they die and fall
My all-time halitosis
It smells like Satan's balls

Next to me, old Aqualung
Is such a lucky man
The real cause of global warming
Is my bad breath
No way to wash it out
No way to wash it out (repeat)

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