Bazooka Bubblegum

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Lyrics

My mom gave me a penny,
She said to buy a henny,
But I didn't buy a penny,
Instead I bought bubblegum,
Bazooka-zooka,
Bubblegum,
Bazooka-zooka,
Bubblegum.

My mom gave me a nickel,
She said to buy a pickle,
But I didn't buy a pickle,
Instead I bought bubblegum,
Bazooka-zooka,
Bubblegum,
Bazooka-zooka,
Bubblegum.

My mom gave me a dime,
She said to buy a lime,
But I didn't buy a lime,
Instead I bought bubblegum,
Bazooka-zooka,
Bubblegum,
Bazooka-zooka,
Bubblegum.

My mom gave me a quarter,
She said to buy a porter,
But I didn't buy a porter,
Instead I bought bubblegum,
Bazooka-zooka,
Bubblegum,
Bazooka-zooka,
Bubblegum.

My mom gave me a dollar,
She said to buy a collar,
But I didn't buy a collar,
Instead I bought bubblegum,
Bazooka-zooka,
Bubblegum,
Bazooka-zooka,
Bubblegum.

My mom gave me a five,
She said to stay alive,
But I didn't stay alive,
Instead I choked on,
Bubblegum,
Bazooka-zooka,
Bubblegum,
Bazooka-zooka,
Bubblegum.

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Information About Bazooka Bubblegum

The popular Bazooka Bubblegum song came out in 2006. It was sung by the hip-hop and RB band "Tha Heights. ' This infectious ballad soared to national popularity, and quickly put the Bazooka Bubblegum brand back on the map.

The song was also the inspiration of a dance with the same name. From Coast to Coast, kids were raising their hands in the air and dancing to this energetic, fun, and catchy tune. According to "Tha Heights", they wanted to create a ballad that would unite old and new Bazooka Bubblegum lovers across the nation.

While the rhythm of the song comprises a hip-hop and RB beat, the inspiration for the song came from high school and college step teams. These performers would dazzle audiences with amazing moves set to synchronized beats and sounds.

As one of the most popular bubble gum brands in America, Bazooka dates back to the end of World War II. The gum was manufactured by the Topps Company of Brooklyn, which added small comic books to the brand in 1953. This spawned the popular "Bazooka Joe" character, which is still in existence today.

The character of "Bazooka" Joe was to be featured in a Hollywood movie back in 2009. While the project did not go through, it did give more exposure to both the song and the brand.

For more information on the "Bazooka Bubblegum" song, please check out this video. You can also check out http://en. wikipedia. org/wiki/Bazooka%28chewinggum%29 for more information and history about the gum.

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This version is for those who "... want some bubblegum"

My mom she gave me a penny
She told me to buy a guinea
I did not want a guinea
I wanted some bubblegum
Bazooka-zooka bubblegum.

My mom she gave me a nickle
She told me to buy a pickle
I did not want a pickle
I wanted some bubblegum
Bazooka-zooka bubblegum.

My mom she gave me a dime
She told me to buy a lime
I did not want a lime
I wanted some bubblegum
Bazooka-zooka bubblegum.

My mom she gave me a quarter
She told me to buy some water
I did not want some water
I wanted some bubblegum
Bazooka-zooka bubblegum.

My mom she gave me a dollar
She told me to buy a collar
I did not want a collar
I wanted some bubblegum
Bazooka-zooka bubblegum.

My mom she gave me a five
She told me to stay alive
I did not stay alive
I choked on my bubblegum
Bazooka-zooka bubblegum.

Now we have mom's permission in this version

My mum
She gave me a penny
She told me to buy some bubblegum
So I bought myself some gum!

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