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Song Parodies -> "Waxman"

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John A. Barry

The Lyrics

Sans, you’ll be sore and rue.

This goes well beyond dentistry—
Your mouth filled with metal will be.
You’ll be a waxman,
Yeah, you’ll be a wax fan.

You’ll bite your cheek and you will squall—
Be thankful for malleable balls.
You’ll need that wax, man,
Yeah, you’ll be a wax fan.

If you grind too hard, brackets will meet
Your cheeks will be bitten and you’ll bleat,
So just take some, roll it to defeat
All those jagged edges—what a treat!
Wax, man!

Must be a waxman
To halt buccal hacks, man.

Don’t wax and you will be real sore
(Uh-uh, this ain’t fillings)
Go get some down at the drug store
(For your fixing teeth)

Go buy some wax, man,
Then apply that wax, man.

So my advice for those whose vice-
like champ is not aligned too nice:
Apply that wax, man
To ease buccal hacks, man.

You’ll be hurting if you don’t heed me.
Wax, man!

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Pacing: 4.0
How Funny: 4.3
Overall Rating: 4.3

Total Votes: 3

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