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Song Parodies -> "Spooge Full of Screwworms"

Original Song Title:

"Spoonful of Sugar"

Original Performer:

Mary Poppins soundtrack

Parody Song Title:

"Spooge Full of Screwworms"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

Spooge Full of Screwworms

[Spoken]
In every gob, there could be some. . .
Risk of unprotected fun/
If you've not used a trap,
The gob's inflamed.

[Sung]
And so, if you a blunder make,
There's medicine to take
That treats it antibiotically—Zap!

With spooge full of screwworms, drink the medicine right down,
The medicine right down,
The medicine right down.
With spooge full of screwworms, drink the medicine right down.
That will help you fight decay.

In the old days, a house of pest,
Was where you'd be if you did test
Positively for nasty bugs that dig
Beneath the surface of your "flute,"
Which no girl then would want to toot.
Your schlong would look just like a rusty prong—for

Some spooge full of screwworms, drink the medicine right down,
The medicine right down,
The medicine right down.
With spooge full of screwworms, drink the medicine right down.
That will help you fight decay.

[Internlude]

It's not honey drips from your p*cker—
There's no nits for you to comb.
Lucky this scuzzy stuff didn't grow
Too long, because they'd have to strip
You of your manhood with a nip.
It's bent (it's bent)
But fine (but fine).
You caught it just in time.

Whew-e-e-e-e-e-e-e-ew!

With spooge full of screwworms, drink the medicine right down,
The medicine right down,
The medicine right down.
With spooge full of screwworms, drink the medicine right down.
That will help you fight decay.

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Johnny D - July 27, 2004 - Report this comment
"spooge" ... "p*cker" ... "manhood" ... "schlong" ... 555.
alvin rhodes - July 27, 2004 - Report this comment
disgustingly fun...nice wordplay
Arwen - July 27, 2004 - Report this comment
I thought I had commented on this before...but I guess not. I fancy myself to be a lover of words, Mr. Barry. Some words just make me laugh. It doesn't matter...I giggle. One of these days I'm going to write a parody about them. There are, however...words that make me cringe, as well. Among those is...(drumroll)...SPOOGE! So...long story short...I'm laughing and cringing all at the same time...5s...=)
John Barry - July 27, 2004 - Report this comment
Thanks, Alvin. Arwen, thanks for the vote, cringing and all.
Diddims - July 27, 2004 - Report this comment
Grim... but funny: "beneath the surface of your "flute"/ which no one would then want to toot/" that was HILARIOUS!!! I like... but it does provide rather disturbing, unfunny imagery.
Meriadoc - July 28, 2004 - Report this comment
I think I've picked up on your 'theme of the day". Glad I am not reading before supper...
Phil Alexander - July 28, 2004 - Report this comment
Funny, but what really made me LOL was the "Internlude"

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