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When You Dunk a Doughnut, Don't It Make It Nice?

(Cliff Hess)

Transcribed from vocals by Tom Stacks, with Harry Reser's Six Jumping Jacks, recorded 7/9/1926.
From Harry Reser's Six Jumping Jacks, Volume 1, The Old Masters, mb 120.

When you dunk a doughnut, don't it make it nice?
Dunking doughnuts is a lot of fun!
Now, some folks say that it's wrong,
But I know they lie,
For when they're alone,
They dunk on the sly!

If you're not a member of this famous club,
Why, you are simply living in a rut,
You'll learn it quickly if you try,
But just keep your wristwatch dry,
When you're dunk, dunk, dunking with a doughnut!

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Published 11/1/00.

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