"Sookie Sookie" as written by Stephen Lee Cropper and Donald Covay....
Let it hang out baby, let it hang out now, now na-na now
Let it hang out baby, everybody work out
Sookie, Sookie, Sookie, Sookie, Sookie, Sookie, Sue

Let it hang out baby, do the Baltimore jig
Let it hang out baby, do the boomerang with me
Sookie, Sookie, Sookie, Sookie, Sookie, Sookie, Sue

Really got it bad child, drink a bottle of turpentine
When you wake up in the mornin', feelin' kinda fine
Let it hang out baby, let it hang out now, now na-na now

You better watch your step girl, don't step on that banana peel
If your foot should hit it, you'll go up to the ceiling
Hang it in baby, hang it in baby
Sookie, Sookie, Sookie, Sookie, Sookie, Sookie, Sue

Let it hang out baby, let it hang out now, now na-na now
Let it hang out baby, everybody work out
Sookie, Sookie, Sookie, Sookie, Sooki, Sookie, Sue


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"Sookie Sookie" as written by Donald/cropper Covay

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    General CommentThe guitar solo is about my only favorite part of "Sookie Sookie".
    Pink_Floyd_fanon May 06, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI don't think he's saying sookie. He wants Sue to do something else entirely. "Let it hand out baby" "Don't step on that banana peel". "Drink a bottle of turpentine, When you wake up in the morning, Feelin' kinda fine" - He just roofied her here because she wouldn't suckhim, suckhim, suckhim, suckhim, suckhim, SUE!
    tv316on February 08, 2008   Link
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    My OpinionOne of the dumbest songs I've ever heard. Makes absolutely no sense. Sounds like somebody came up with some music and lazily threw some lyrics on top, maybe in a drunken state. Maybe it was just an F.U. to the listeners. Who knows!
    gregorybrianon March 29, 2009   Link

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