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Song Parodies -> "A Scout and an Elephant"

Original Song Title:

"A Rose and a Baby Ruth"

Original Performer:

George Hamilton IV

Parody Song Title:

"A Scout and an Elephant"

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The Lyrics

Here is the song about the 300 boy scouts, and elephants, who were featured on that 1951 "Beat the Clock" broadcast, as viewed by George & Germaine Briant.
Doo, doo, doo, doo
Doo, doo, doo, doo

We had Roxanne's life
A Carole lifegoer
Now I'm as good as I know how to be
I can't call George on the phone
I can't even see Germaine at your home

So I'm sending you this present
Just to prove that I'm telling the truth
Dear, I believe Germaine won't laugh when you look at
This scout and an elephant

I could have see you taking pictures of scouts
But that's all I had in my pictures at the time

But when we grow up
Some day I'll show up
Just to prove I was beating the clock
I'll take you, too, then I'll hand to you
This scout and an elephant

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