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Original Performer:

Perry Como

Parody Song Title:

"Lost Show"

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The Lyrics

So here is the song that was about the lost "Beat the Clock" show from 1951 that involved the cheering of 300 boy scouts, along with Roxanne and the huge elephant.
Lost show, someone who lost them
And all kinescopes of the BTC show lost
Lost show, someone I watched
Who gave no warning we'd ever part

But we knew the 1951 "Beat the Clock" show
It was all about the 300 Boy Scouts but cheering
to all the NASCAR fans
But scouts came with Roxanne
She wears a scanty costume and smiling
And really wanted the huge elephant

[Musical Interlude]

Lost show, someone who lost them
And our show is going to be lost but all great
Lost show, someone I watched
Who gave no warning that we'd ever part

The show you are watching is "Beat the Clock"
But the Briants knew the 300 boy scouts
Maybe they knew Roxanne
But I'd forgive the huge elephant
A way that say boy you're terrific cheesecake
And really lost show to smile please
Thanks to George & Germaine Briant for knowing the show. But the greatest moment in TV & human history.

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