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Song Parodies -> "Loco Potion"

Original Song Title:

"Loco- Motion"

Original Performer:

Grand Funk Railroad

Parody Song Title:

"Loco Potion"

Parody Written by:

Jack Wilson

The Lyrics

orignally don by LItlle Eva in 1962
Everybody's havin' a brand new drink now
(Come on baby, have some Loco- potion)
I know you'll get to like it if you give it a chance now
(Come on baby, drink the Loco-Potion)
Don't you know that this will make you so crazy
Makes you crazier then a brain freeze
So come on, come on, drink the Loco potion with me
You gotta open that bottle now , come on
Drink up, all that, whoa whoa

Now that you can drink it, youll go crazy now
(Come on baby, drink the Loco potion
A chug-a chug-a potion like a fizzy drink now
(Come on baby, drink the Loco Potion
Do it nice and easy, now, our youll lose control
A little bit of rhfizz and a lot of Coke
So come on, come ondrink the loco potion with me

Move around the room after Loco-Potion
(Come on baby, drink the Loco Potion
Don't do it holding hands , I second that emotion
(Come on baby, drink some Loco-Potion}
There's never been a drink that makes you so crazy
It even makes you crazy, when you are blue
So come on, come on, drink the loco-Potion with me

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