How Woof Woof Met his Intern, Bollywood Lead Actress Reeth Mazmuder

You know the old song lyric “I was working as a waitress at a cocktail bar when I met you” Woof Woof’s lyric to Reeth would be “I was sitting on my dog mom’s lap in a coffee shop when I met you” But instead of the line with “Don’t you want me,” it would be “Of course, you want me, I’m an adorable, smart dog, why would you leave me?”

Here’s the full version of the Human League song adapted by the Canine Human League:

I was sitting on my dog mom’s lap, when I met you
you picked me up
wouldn’t let that man you were with hold me, too.
didn’t want someone new

Now 4 months later on, you’re my favorite intern
Success is easy with canine smarts
Don’t forget your holding me where I am now
And you can give me treats, too.

Of course. Of course, you want me.
I’m a smart dog, why would you leave me?
Of course. Of course, you want me.
I’m adorable, why would you leave me?

It’ll be too late when you’ve finally changed your mind
Your work visa will be expired and we will both be sorry
Don’t you want this doggie?
Don’t you want me, oh?
Don’t you want this doggie?
Don’t you want me, oh?

You were sitting on your dog mom’s lap, when I met you
That much is true
The four months we’ve had have been such good times
You hardly ever bark. (or You’re always behaved)
The twinkle in your eyes, our walks in the park
I still love you
But even then I knew I’d go home to India
I guess it’s just what I must do

Of course. Of course, you want me.
I’m a smart dog, why would you leave me?
Of course. Of course, you want me.
I’m adorable, why would you leave me?
It’ll be too late when you finally changed your mind
Your work visa will be expired and we will both be sorry
Don’t you want this doggie?
Don’t you want me, oh?
Don’t you want this doggie?
Don’t you want me, oh?

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