Goo Goo Muck

Album: Psychedelic Jungle (1981)
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  • Well, when the sun goes down and the moon comes up
    I turn into a teenage Goo Goo Muck
    Yeah, I cruise through the city and I roam the streets
    Looking for something that is nice to eat, mmm

    You better duck
    When I show up
    The Goo Goo Muck

    I'm the night headhunter looking for some head
    With a way-out body underneath that head
    Yeah, I'll get you, baby, with a little luck
    'Cause I'm a teenage tiger and a Goo Goo Muck

    You better duck
    When I show up
    The Goo Goo Muck

    Yeah, the city is a jungle and I'm a beast
    I'm a teenage tiger looking for a feast
    Yeah, I want the most but I'll take the least
    'Cause I'm a Goo Goo Muck tiger and a teenage beast

    You better duck
    When I show up
    The Goo Goo Muck

    The Goo Goo Muck Writer/s: Ed James, Ron Cook
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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  • Scott A from FloridaWednesday wouldn't have ever chosen Lady Ga Ga's song and those watching the series should have known better than to hope she would. Lady Ga Ga is too mainstream and Wednesday would have more preferred an obscure-to-many 1980s version of an even more obscure 1960's song.
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