I Dreamed I was an Eskimo
(Bop-bop ta-da-da bop-bop Ba-da-da)
Frozen wind began to blow
(Bop-bop ta-da-da bop-bop Ba-da-da)
And my momma cried
(ooh, ooh, ooh)
And my momma cried
(Nanook-a no no, Nanook-a no no)
Don't be a naughty Eskimo
(Bop-bop ta-da-da bop-bop Ba-da-da)
Watch out where the Huskies go
And don't you eat the yellow snow
Watch out where the Huskies go
And don't you eat the yellow snow

Right about that time people
A fur trapper, who was strictly from commercial
(strictly commercial)
Had the unmitigated audacity to jump up from behind my ig-a-loo
(peak-a-boo, woo-woo-woo)
And he started in a-whippin' on my favorite seal
With a lead filled snow shoe
That got me just about as evil as an Eskimo boy can be
So I bent down, and I reached down, and I scooped down
And I gathered up a generous smitten of the deadly
(yellow snow)
The deadly yellow snow from right there where the huskies go
Whereupon I preceded to take that mitten full of the deadly yellow snow crystals and rub it all into his beady little eyes
With a vigorous circular motion, hitherto unknown to the people in this area
But destined to take the place with the mudshark in your mythology
Here it goes now, the circular motion
Rub it

And then in a fit of anger I
I pounced, and I pounced again
Great Goog-a-ly moog-a-ly
Well, he was very upset, as you can understand
And rightly so because the deadly
Yellow snow crystals had deprived him of his sight
And he stood up and he looked around and he said

Where
No, no
I can't see
What
I can't

He took a dog doo snow cone and
stuffed it in my right eye
He took a dog doo snow cone and
stuffed it in my other eye
And the husky wee-wee I mean the
doggy wee-wee has blinded me
And I can't see - temporarily




Lyrics submitted by QuiescentWonder

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