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When I was 10, froggy 'n' bad, the first taste of puddin' I ever had, my sister's friend, sweet little Sue. In the backyard, in a little shed, first time that I was fed--- that tasty dish, just for two.

C'mon gimme some of that shakey puddin', cause it's so doggone good.
You know I love your lovin', honeywouldn't quit you if I could.

Well I was raised a little cad, with a stack of Playboys my daddy had,
Soon I was on the road to sin.
Some Catholic girls liked to play along, sneakin' out to Van Halen songs.
That began my life-long binge.
I thought about a normal life, instead of runnin' around half the night,
Takin' someone to slow me down.
I could be some girl's Mister Right, settle down, three kids and a wife,
That really don't sound so bad.

C'mon gimme some of that shakey puddin', cause it's so doggone good.
You know I love your lovin', honeywouldn't quit you if I could.



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