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I Love My Lips
Narrator: "One day while talking with Dr. Archibald, Larry confronts one
Of his deepest fears..."
Larry: "If my lips ever left my mouth, packed a bag and headed south,
That'd be too bad, I'd be so sad."
Archibald: "I see. That'd be too bad, you'd be so sad?"
Larry: "That'd be too bad. If my lips said "adios, I don't like you I
Think you're gross," that'd be too bad, I might get mad."
Archibald: "That'd be too bad, you might get mad?"
Larry: "That'd be too bad. If my lips moved to Duluth, left a mess and
Took my tooth, that'd be too bad, I'd call my Dad."
Archibald: "That'd be too bad, you'd call your Dad?"
Larry: "That'd be too bad."
Archibald: "Hold it. Did you say your father? Fascinating! So what
You're saying is that if your lips left you..."
Larry: "That'd be too bad, I'd be so sad, I might get mad, I'd call my
Dad. That be too bad."
Archibald: "That'd be to bad?"
Larry: "That'd be too bad."
Archibald: "Why?"
Larry: "Because I love my lips." [Scatting]
Archibald: "Oh my... This is more serious than I thought. Larry, tell
Me, what do you see here?"
Larry: "Um, that looks like a lip."
Archibald: "And this?"
Larry: "It's a lip!"
Archibald: "And this?"
Larry: "It's a lip, it's a lip, it's a lip lip lip! It's a lip, it's a
Lip, it's a lip lip lip! It's a lip, it's a lip, it's a lip lip lip.
Liiiiiiiiiiiips. Lip lip lip."
Archibald: "Larry, tell me about your childhood."
Larry: "When I was just two years old I left my lips out in the cold and
They turned blue. What could I do?"
Archibald: "They turned blue, what could you do?"
Larry: "Oh they turned blue. On the day I got my tooth I had to kiss my
Great Aunt Ruth. She had a beard... and it felt weird."
Archibald: "My, my. She had a beard and it felt weird?"
Larry: "She had a beard. Ten days after I turned eight, got my lips
Stuck in a gate. My friends all laughed. And I just stood there until
The fire department came and broke the lock with a crow bar and I had to
Spend the next six weeks in lip rehab with this kid named Oscar who got
Stung by a bee - right on the lip - and we couldn't even talk to each
Other until the fifth week because both our lips were so swollen, and
When he did start speaking he just spoke Polish and I only knew like
Three words in Polish except now I know four because Oscar taught me the
Word for lip: Oofta."
Archibald: "Your friends all laughed... Usta? How do you spell that?"
Larry: "I don't know."
Archibald: "So what you're saying is that when you were young..."
Larry: "They turned blue, what could I do? She had a beard and it felt
Weird. My friends all laughed... Oofta!"
Archibald: "I'm confused..."
Larry: "I love my lips!" [Scatting]
Narrator: "This has been Silly Songs With Larry. Tune in next time to
Hear Larry say..."
Larry: "Have I ever told you how I feel about my nose?"
Archibald: "Oh, look at the time!"



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    UnregisteredJul 30, 2012 at 4:08 pm
    This song means that my childhood is over :( hahaha, now, i must pervail to adulthod! Jk jk it just means that i love my lips.
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    UnregisteredApr 29, 2012 at 3:46 pm
    Actually it's supposed to be usta not oofta... All videos that i've seen with lyrics for "i love my lips" have usta

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