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Song Parodies -> "Two Tickets for Hundreds"

Original Song Title:

"Two Tickets to Georgia"

Original Performer:

Ben Pollack

Parody Song Title:

"Two Tickets for Hundreds"

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The Lyrics

Sung from the view of a newly-married couple attending the 1951 “Beat the Clock” show featuring 300 Boy Scouts.
Two tickets for hundreds,
How much do I pay?
Two tickets; 3 hundred
Scouts here one day!

Two tickets to a show,
Two tickets to joy,
An elephant that’s guessed,
A girl and boys,

Come on and see,
See this show get viewed,
We’re a bride and groom,
On our honeymoon,
(Boy Scouts; THREE hundred!)

Take care, cover our ears,
The elephant, too,
Two tickets; three hundred
Scouts; what a view!

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