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Song Parodies -> "Scrubbing Bubbles"

Original Song Title:

"If Moon Was Cookie"

Original Performer:

Sesame Street

Parody Song Title:

"Scrubbing Bubbles"

Parody Written by:

Tokusou Sentai Blessranger

The Lyrics

"Oh,I love to clean up the bathtub,just to make it really sparkle.
But,you know what I love to use the most...guess what?
A bathroom cleaner. And you know what this product is called?
This product is called the Scrubbing Bubbles!
Consider,consider what I do with Scrubbing Bubbles. Consider."

That's Scrubbing Bubbles,I think it should be
The funniest cleanser you've ever have
I clean up the faucets right up through the sink
I clean up a toilet when the toilet stinks

I'll clean up from here,I'll clean up from there
And pretty soon I'll clean everywhere
I clean with a sponge,as well as some rags
I'd clean it all up until I just gag

"Who cares about it? So I know what I did. My bathroom's clean,now that was spotless."

It's Scrubbing Bubbles,it could've been fine
So why I'm used it? My own bathroom shines
Dad comes to the bathroom,he's checking right there
And no dirty places,no dust everywhere

So I don't care to say it,no need to struggle
I'm lucky to use Scrubbing Bubbles

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