-> "Carbuncle on the Knuckle"
Original Song Title:
"Bungle in the Jungle" (MP3)
Parody Song Title:
"Carbuncle on the Knuckle"
Carbuncle on the Knuckle
Walk through the forest, and I get a Larch splint
Buried in my finger, and it's really far in.
It's made quite a large hole, and yet I can't pry it.
I need some peroxide, with which I can ply it.
Lyme ticks are lingering in the shadows,
But I'm more worried about getting some bad growth:
Carbuncle on the knuckle—a pus ball to blight me.
I tried to don a rubber glove,
To make the wound bacteria-free.
But there are dirt and germs everywhere.
They'll claw their way into the cut and start to fester there.
Tightness, pain already running up my shoulder;
Knuckle's burning—I wish it were colder.
Now my finger's exuding foam from the splinter—
Gotta get fast to doc, so I'll be a sprinter.
This carbuncle on my knuckle is really galling me.
I decide to take off the glove,
And pus snakes down my extremity—
Raging river of white corpuscles, past the
Elbow and drips into a lake in the grass.
I'm glad this is not someone's freshly mowed lawn.
My knuckle looks like the offal from a prawn.
I can't bite my knuckle—
Ah! Here's the doc's room.
He takes a look at the wound and quickly swoons.
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