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Song Parodies -> "Flossin' Man"

Original Song Title:

"Simple Man"

Original Performer:

Lynard Skynard

Parody Song Title:

"Flossin' Man"

Parody Written by:

Carolyn McGehee

The Lyrics

Flossin’ Man

A dentist told me when I was numb
Come spit beside me, my patient one
And listen carefully to what I say
And if you do this it will help your gums some day

Take your time…don’t brush too fast
Toothaches will come and they will pass
Go find some mouthwash and you’ll find love
And don’t forget there is tooth decay up above

And be a flossin’ kind of man
Let your teeth know you love and understand
Baby be a flossin’ kind of man
Won’t you do this please if you can?

I mine your molar for pits of plaque gold
Put my drill in the cavity hole
You could prevent this if you try
All I want for you my patient
Is for the pain to die


Oh don’t you worry…take care of yourself
Do what is right for your oral health
And can do this if you try
Brush at least twice a day
And you’ll be satisfied


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