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Luda-Crest Wisdom is a song sung by Chris "Ludacris" Bridges as a tube of toothpaste labeled "Luda-Crest" in the film Menace Tooth Society in the episode You Kent Always Say What You Want. In the song, Luda-Crest (Chris "Ludacris" Bridges) arrives to stop the "filthy degenerates" that are destroying the teeth. The song, along with the film it originated in, was later implied to have been used by the Springfield dentists without Ludacris's permission, as Ludacris slammed a dentist against a wall and tells him that the movie was supposed to be shown "one time only, in Canada!" and hints at a potential lawsuit against the dentists. The music was written by Alf Clausen and Scott Clausen (Alf's son) and the lyrics by Tim Long.
- Hey, you low-life degenerates,
- Stop illin' with the fillin'!
- Plaque #1:
- I'm the enemy of the cavity,
- Unstoppable like gravity.
- So brush with regularity
- Or you will face calamity!
- I'll see ya in Atlanta, GA!
- Dirty dirty mouth, y'all!
- This film is against tooth decay, but it also kinda glamorizes it. Mixed signals, hmmm....