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Song

Dun ta dun ta dun
Oh Mary Lou and Suzie Q

Your feet, your feet
They may stink, stink, stink
Oh Mary Lou and Suzie Q.

Your eyes, your eyes may shine
But not as bright as your behind
Oh Mary Lou and Suzie Q.

Your ears, your ears
Look like some dog gone spears

Your lips, your lips
Look like potato chips

Your nose, your nose
Looks like a water hose.

Oh Mary Lou and Suzie Q

Your head, your head
Looks like a Walker red. (wine)

What makes you frisky?
They call it whiskey.
What makes you fool?
They call it black bull. (whiskey)

What makes you high?
Let's take some jive.

 

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; DETROIT ; KEATING SCHOOL

Subject headings: Ballad Song Dance Game Music Verse -- Song
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