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[Trending] Man Raps Dr. Seuss’ ‘Wocket In My Pocket’ Like Migos — And It’s Too Lit

Posted On : April 5, 2018

UNITED STATES — If you think this’ll be corny, think again! You’ll be just as lit as the hype man, as you listen to Dr. Seuss in a way you’ve probably never heard before.

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It’s quite possible that Dr. Seuss had channeled modern rap before its time. The way this track is delivered, it’s as if the author wrote it with Migos specifically in mind.

According to Genius, the rapper is named Win Nevaluze. Likewise, his hype man is Jay Lava.

If you’re interested, the actual lyrics are located below — provided by Genius.

[Intro]

Yeah yeah, Dr. Seuss / Hey, here we go / (Wocket in my pocket) You see it / (There’s a wocket in my pocket, uh) / You see it

[Hook]

Wocket in my pocket (x3) / There’s a wocket in my pocket / Wocket in my pocket (x3) / There’s a wocket in my pocket

[Verse]

Did you ever have a feeling / There’s a wasket in your basket? / Or a nureau in your bureau? / Or a woset in your closet?

Sometimes I feel quite certain / There’s a jertain in the curtain / Sometimes I get a feeling / There’s a zlock behind the clock.

And that zelf up on that shelf / I have talked to him myself / I said that zelf up on that shelf / I have talked to him myself.

That’s the kind of house I live in / There’s a nink up in the sink / And that zamp up in the lamp / And they’re nice I really think.

And some of them are friendly / Like that yot up in the pot / But that yottle in the bottle / Some are friendly some are not.

Like that zable on the table / And that ghair under the chair / But that bofa on the sofa / Well, I wish he wasn’t there.

And those nupboards in the cupboards / Yeah they’re fun to have about / But that nooth grush on my tooth brush / See, him I could do without.

And the one I’m really scared of / Is that vug under the rug / Said the one I’m really scared of / Is that vug under the rug.

And that quimney in the chimney / I don’t like him at all / And it makes me kinda nervous / When the zall scoots down the hall.

And the yeps up on the steps / They are great to have around / There are many many other / Other friends that I have found.

There’s the tellar and the nellar / And the gellar and the dellar / And the bellar and the wellar / And the zellar in the cellar.

And that geeling on the ceiling / And the zower in my shower / And the pillow on my zillow / I can talk to him for hours.

I don’t care if you believe it / That’s the kinda house I live in / And I hope I never leave it / You can’t come, you’re forbidden.

I don’t care if you believe it / That’s the kinda house I live in / And I hope I never leave it / You can’t come, you’re forbidden.

[Hook]

Wocket in my pocket (x3) / There’s a wocket in my pocket / Wocket in my pocket (x3) / There’s a wocket in my pocket.

[Outro: Jay Lava]

Seuss! / Momma, read me a book!”

The rapper delivered the lyrics similar to Migos’ “Walk It, Talk It.” If you haven’t heard it, it’s located below.

Which track do you think was more lit? Dr. Seuss – feat. Win Nevaluze and Jay Lava, or Migos’ and Drake’s version?

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