Mr. Hankey, the Christmas Poo
He loves me and I love you
Therefore, vicariously, he loves you
Even if you're a Jew
Sometimes he's nutty
Sometimes he's corny
He can be brown or greenish brown
But if you eat fibers on Christmas Eve
He might come to your town


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    General Comment:nod:
    damn.the.manon June 19, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI could have sworn there has more to this song :S
    syko_braton October 28, 2005   Link
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    General CommentHere's the full lyrics

    We've all heard of Rudolph and his shiny nose
    And we all know Frosty who's made out of snow
    But all of those stories seem kind of gay
    Cause we all know who brightens up our holiday

    Mr. Hankey, the Christmas Poo
    Small and brown, he comes from you
    Sit on the toilet and here he comes
    Squeezed between your festive buns
    A present from down below
    Spreading joy with a "howdy ho"
    He knows the love inside of you
    Cause he's a piece of poo

    Sometimes he's nutty sometimes he corny
    He can be brown or greenish brown
    But if you eat fiber on Christmas Eve
    He might come to your town

    Mr. Hankey, the Christmas Poo
    he loves me, I love you
    therefore vicariously he loves you
    (Kid)"I can make a Mr. Hankey too"

    (Mr, Hanky) "I'm Mr Hankey, the Chrstmas Poo
    Seasons Greetings, I love you
    Let's sing songs and dance and play
    Now before I melt away
    Here's a game I like to play
    Stick me in your mouth and try to say
    'howdy ho ho, yum yum yum'
    Christmas time has come."

    (Kids) Sometimes he's runny, sometimes he's firm
    sometimes he's practically water
    (man) Sometimes he hangs on the end of your ass and he won't fall in the toilet, cause he's just clinging to your sphincter, so you gotta shake your ass around and try to drop it in the toilet and finally it does.

    Mr. Hankey, the Christmas Poo
    Christmas leaves, he must leave too
    Flush him down but he's never gone
    His smell and spirit lingers on.
    Basic Cableon December 11, 2005   Link
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    General Commentto me this song touches upon some fundamental issues of existence and has a rich historical context, it has helped me through alot
    Bipolarbear18on May 10, 2014   Link

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