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THE PLAGUE (HEAD LICE) - (by Kate Carpenter)  Year: 1996
Kate Carpenter funny song about a kid getting head lice. Parents have to go pick up kid at school and deal with eradication. Dramatic, comical presentation. Female Vocals, Comedy, Comedy Music
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Comedy, Comedy Music
253347 2:39 Med Fast 135   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: The Plague (Head Lice)
Catalog ID: 253347  ISRC: US5UL0703970
Description: funny song about a kid getting head lice. Parents have to go pick up kid at school and deal with eradication. Dramatic, comical presentation.

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Artist or Group: Kate Carpenter

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Keywords: Monster, Haunting, Children, Siege, Head Lice, Plague, Doctor, Nurse, Contagion, School, Head Check, Pest, Infestation, Hair, Nit-Picking, Scratc

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Comedy Music
       Comedy music (pending categorization)
Extended Properties
  Duration: 2:39   Tempo: Med Fast   BPM: 135
   Arrangement: Band / Ensemble
   Instruments: Guitar, Vocals, Choir
   Vocal Mix: Female Vocals
   Language: English
Album: Porch Swing
Moods: Funny, Scared, Scary

Styles: 1990s (Nineties), Broadway & Theatre, Drama / 20-Something, Entertainment, Film Vocal, Horror / General, Infomercial, TV Vocal

Regions: USA

Lyrical Topics: Children, Sleeping, Suffering, Radio, America

Lyrics
I have a lot of courage; I know no fear.
But there’s a little monster haunting children every year.
You smile smugly, “Oh, it won’t come near me!”
But then you get the phone call, and you are under siege!

(Uh, Mrs. Robinson, your child has…)

Head lice! Head lice!
We found some on her head!
Head lice! Head lice!
And you know how they spread!
Come and get your daughter, waiting in the vestibule.
And when she passes head check, then she’ll return to school!

The plague has descended and it’s on you.
You call the doctor to find out what to do.
He doesn’t want to see her, and you are not surprised.
The nurse gives you a list of the things you’ve got to buy (to kill the)

Head lice! Head lice!
Teeny tiny pest!
Head lice! Head lice!
How could they infest
Your darling little daughter with her healthy head of hair?
So you fork out fifteen bucks and you hurry home from there.

Thirteen hours later, you fall into bed.
You’ve shampooed, nit-picked, sprayed, and you know the lice are dead.
But you cannot stop your scratching, and you still have the creeps
And you may not feel normal for several more weeks. (‘cause you’ve been through)

Head lice! Head lice!
Horrible nightmare!
Head lice! Head lice!
You dream they’re in YOUR hair!
As and you drift to sleep, you pray within your brain,
“Please, Lord, no more head lice! This really was a pain!



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