New Wording Makes an Old Song PC

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Rewording an Old Song to Make it PC (Politically Correct) 

Back in the 50s, Patti Page wrote and sang a very popular children’s song, “How Much is That  Doggie in the Window.”  In her later years she retracted that wording. 


Here is the official rewrite of the song by a very contrite Patti Page: 

Patti Page dedicates song to homeless dogs 

Vicki Ryder created a different set of new lyrics to that melody for a puppy mill protest by the Ragin’ Grannies in Delray Beach on November 30th, 2013:  

Don’t Buy a Puppy Mill Puppy
(Tune: “How Much is That Doggie in the Window?”)
Lyrics © by Vicki Ryder 

How much is that doggie in the window?
And why is he wagging his tail?
He was born in a nasty old puppy mill
Whose owner should now be in jail.

They’re taken too soon from their mothers
And put on display in a cage;
They’re inbred and prone to diseases,
And that makes these old Grannies rage! 

Puppy mills all should be outlawed
When so many stray dogs need homes.
Adopt from your animal shelter,
But leave puppy mill puppies alone. 

Don’t buy a dog bred in a puppy mill;
Just visit your SPCA,
And rescue a sweet needy puppy.
Let’s shut down those puppy mills today!


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