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Supa K

The Lyrics

this must be your mouth
i cant figure out
how your gums
can be so full of germs

you should brush
or at least use mouthwash
even floss
no gingivitis

get those teeth white
don't let them get gray
wash those germs
wash them away

get rid of this
disgusting plaque
keep using mouthwash
so your gums don't turn black

don't let let your breath attract flies


i never had bad breath
it's fresh all the time
so just clean your gums
and don't whine

use after every meal
so the tartar doesn't build
'cause when it does, it's like a mouth full of oil

treated your mouth bad
screwed up your teeth
couldn't be any worse
if it was full of grease

don't let your breath attract flies


wash 3 times daily
wash no less
how can you kiss with that nasty breath

better than other brands
as you can see
the best mouthwash
is listerine

don't let your breath attract flies

if you use mouthwash, make it be


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