"Bluddle-uddle-um-dum (the Washing Song) (snow White And The Seven Dwarfs)" as written by and Churchill Morey....
Doc: Step up to the tub
It ain't no disgrace
Just pull up your sleeves
And get 'em in place
Then scoop up the water
And rub it on your face
And go blud-dle-ud-dle-ud-dle
Pick up the soap
Now don't try to bluff
Work up a lather
An' when ya got enough
Get your hands full of water
Ya snort and ya snuff
And go blud-dle-ud-dle-ud-dle

Ya douse and douse
Ya scrub and scrub
Ya sputter and splash all over the tub
You may be cold and wet when your done
But ya gotta admit it's good clean fun
So splash all ya like
It ain't any trick
As soon as your through
You'll feel mighty slick

Grumpy: Bunch of old nanny goats
Ya make me sick, goin

Doc: Now scrub good and hard
It can't be denied
That he'll look mighty cute
As soon as he's dried

Dwarfs: Well it's good for the soul
And it's good for the hide
To go bud-dle-ud-dle-ud-dle

Lyrics submitted by ruben

"Bluddle-Uddle-Um-Dum (The Dwarf's Washing Song)" as written by Larry Morey Frank E. Churchill

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