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Song Parodies -> "Where the Dog Goes Poop"

Original Song Title:

"When the Stars Go Blue"

Original Performer:

The Corrs with Bono

Parody Song Title:

"Where the Dog Goes Poop"

Parody Written by:

ParodyKeet

The Lyrics

Dedicated to all those who have celebrated spring with a new puppy dog. Don't forget those vet appointments! :)
Walking where the dog goes poop
Walking where it's fresh and new
Walking where you have to look
For the doggie-do.

Cleaning up's not Baby's job.
When she sees, Big Sister tells.
Puppy-poop is stinky stuff
Their big brother smells.

(CHORUS)
Where did he go? Is he housetrained?
Where did he go? He's so new....
Where did he go? I'll go pick up the doggie-do
Where the dog goes poop....
Where the dog goes poop,
Where the cute little dog goes poop,
Where the dog goes poop.....

Follow with a little scoop,
Follow as you hold your nose
It's your job to pick up poop
Where the puppy goes....

(Repeat chorus)

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