LET ME GO, BLUBBER
[to the tune of "Let Me Go, Lover" by Hank Snow and Patti Page.]
Let me go, let me go, let me go, Blubber
Let me scat like a cat from your arms.
You're too fat in the first place, and you know that it's true
You're too fat, in the second place, too.
When I told her her new bustle was cute as could be
She said "Homer, that's no bustle, it's me"
Turn me loose, please reduce your caboose, Blubber
Pound for pound, you're just too round, I've found.
[Here Jethro plays a refrain of "Fascination" Which Homer declares, Don't seem so fascinatin' to me." At the end of the refrain, Homer sings "She had nine buttons on her nightgown/But she could only fasten eight."]