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Song Parodies -> "Pooka"

Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

The Classics IV

Parody Song Title:


Parody Written by:

Arcade Junkie

The Lyrics

In the cool of the morning when ev'rything is kinda groovy
I call Dig Dug and ask if something underground is moving
First you dig up, and see if there's one
and then you stop, and pump 'til blown
Life is kinda crazy with a silly little red Pooka

I always keep me asking why is Pooka is like, and then i'm thinking
And then I take 'em all way back to their days when our hearts were sinking
I see him red, hard to understand
But when he's here, use a pump button hand
Life is kinda crazy with a silly little red Pooka

If you decide someday to start this little Dig Dug game you're playin'
You're gonna find some Pookas here, and you'll be the role of dragon slayin'
With the yellow...goggles you've ever seen
I'll be like him...on Halloween
Life is kinda crazy with a silly little red Pooka

Oh-whoa, all right,
I said Pooka!

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