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Song Parodies -> "Bud Collyer"

Original Song Title:

"Bony Moronie"

Original Performer:

Larry Williams

Parody Song Title:

"Bud Collyer"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

Here is the song about the host of the original "Beat the Clock" series, Bud Collyer, who was employed from 1950 to 1961.
I got a host named Bud Collyer.
He's as skinny as a stick of macaroni.
Ought to watch old Superman with the voice on.
He's also the host of To Tell the Truth.
But I love him and he loves me.
We're all happy now as we can be.
Making scouts underneath the apple tree.

Well, I told his girlfriend and his assistant too
Just exactly what I want to do.
I want to talk about over 300 boy scouts,
And our game shows by the light of the big emcees.
'Cause I love him and He loves me,
We're all happy now as we can be.
Making scouts underneath the apple tree.

He's my one and only, He's my heart's desire.
He's a real game show host, he's a real live wire.
Everybody turns when hosting it until 1961.
He's something to see, he really catches the eye.
I love him and heloves me,
We're all happy now, as we can be.
Making scouts underneath the apple tree.

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Conrad Nagel - June 03, 2023 - Report this comment
Wow, seriously?

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