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MONSTRO THE WHALE Lyrics: Ned Washington - Music: Leigh Harline Ted Weems and His Orchestra Who can make the jellyfish shake And make the sharks grow pale? It's the undersea public enemy Called Monstro the Whale. Weakfish cry and halibut sigh If he just flips his tail, For they're out of breath and they're scared to death Of Monstro the Whale. Were all his crimes laid end-to-end, They would stretch from Maine to Barcelona; He's the whale that swallowed the whale That swallowed the whale that swallowed Jonah. Look out for him whenever you swim, And forward all your mail; Better have it come to the tummy-tum Of Monstro the Whale. Off the island of Bermuda, Monstro ate a barracuda. Indigestion laid him low; He's off of seafood, yes, sir! Now he thinks there's nothing finer That a great big ocean liner. He just takes them as they come, And he washes them down With a barrel of rum. Who can make the jellyfish shake And make the sharks grow pale? It's the undersea public enemy Called Monstro the Whale. Weakfish cry and halibut sigh If he just flips his tail, For they're out of breath and they're scared to death Of Monstro the Whale. (Contributed by Lou Rugani - The Music of the Stars (WLIP) - April 2013)

    


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