Brush Your Teeth

from the album

Brush brush brush brush brush brush brush your teeth
Brush brush brush brush brush brush brush your teeth

If you want your teeth to stay
Brush those choppers every day
Brush brush brush brush brush brush brush your teeth

I knew a guy who'd never brush
And then his teeth all turned to mush
His gums were soft from gum disease
His mouth was filled with cavities

Brush brush brush brush brush brush brush your teeth
Brush brush brush brush brush brush brush your teeth

To fight off icky tooth decay
Floss and fluoride are the way
Brush brush brush brush brush brush brush your teeth

I knew a girl whose name was Fawn
She brushed at dusk, she brushed at dawn
Her teeth were white and always shiny
Dental bills were really tiny
And now we sing about her in this song

An older gent from East Nantucket
Whose name was Johnny St. John-Lucket
Never brushed the plaque away
Now his meals are all puree
And he keeps his dentures in a bucket!

When you're old without your hair
Don't have teeth in disrepair
Brush 'um often, use that floss
Show those cavities who's boss
Brush brush brush brush brush brush brush your teeth
Brush brush brush brush brush brush brush your teeth

On land, at sea, in outer-space
Your teeth are best kept in your face
So with your moon-boots and your flag
Put tooth-supplies inside your bag

Brush brush brush brush brush brush brush brush
Brush brush brush brush brush brush brush brush
Brush brush brush brush brush brush brush your teeth!!