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"Hot Lights"

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Sung from the view of the elephant that appeared on the 1951 “Beat the Clock” show that featured 300 Boy Scouts. With this parody, all four songs from bandleader Benny Krueger’s final recording session in May 1934 have been parodied on this site.
Hot lights,
Caught under hot lights,
300 Boy Scouts,
It all looks so new,

Hot lights,
Under these hot lights,
What am I doing?
What shall I do?

I’m being felt,
In a circular motion,
Three scouts wear boxing gloves,
Feels like I took potion,

I hear a loud cheering,
Assistants endearing,
I’m caught under hot lights,
What shall I do?

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UserA38HF4 - September 22, 2022 - Report this comment
Recorded May 4, 1934 in New York City. The flip side of “A Thousand Good Nights” (also parodied on this site as “A Great Game Show Night”). From the 1934 film also titled, “Riptide”.

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