Albus is a young brindled boxer dog living with a less young Sirius and an old (quite old for a boxer) Spencer, a rescue dog. This happy bit of doggie nonsense is supposed to have music (half-written) and it's also supposed to have a video (not yet taken) and none of that is going to happen in my remaining time even though this was written on February 2nd...
So, to balance Utah Cats in their World Dominion attempt, and in keeping with my preaching to put EVERYTHING up, here's the lyric anyway. One day it'll be on youtube, one day...
[EDIT; explanation of SOOKY]
"sooky" One of these wretched not really translatable words. Urban Dictionary gives this example:
>>Sook: An Australian slang term used to indicate another person is soft, easily upset, or just a plain pussy.
Joe: I'm in so much pain right now, I've got such a bad bruise on my knee.
Bob: *Looks at Joe's Knee* You call that a bruise, don't be such a sook,
John: Yeah Joe you pussy, don't be such a sook.<<
The word was originally Scottish, for "suck", implies being a baby about something.
BOXER DOG ODE
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Why are you so sooky, Albus?
Puffing, wheezing, like a grampus.
Is it how your jowls flap?
Or you're too big to sit on laps?
Do you want some love and nooky?
What's the reason you're so sooky?
A Boxer's life is difficult
A Boxer can't be cool and svelte.
Built-in bouncy, that's the way!
Built in clown, built to play.
"Oh the Boxer!' people shout!
Odor? Boxers let it out!
Guests discover, much to late,
Boxers often flatulate
Jowls that splatter all that slobber
Over all your cleanest clobber.
Super playful, not too bright
But on your side in any fight.
Solid, handsome, that's their look!
But now and then, they need to sook.
Boxers too want love and nooky
And that's why sometimes they get sooky.