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Song Parodies -> "Soup Dish of the Day"

Original Song Title:

"Flavour of the Weak"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

American HiFi

Parody Song Title:

"Soup Dish of the Day"

Parody Written by:

Jim A

The Lyrics

bloody cook
She cops carrots and she don't know
that tomato soup is fine
not full of cheese and stuff you know
makes you throw up up every time

and she's put cabbage in as well
and all the stuff from off the floor
and it means cheaper costs for her

the dinners, are awful, the cook should, be thrown out
its: too hot, too cold
I wish that she'd throw it away
its just the soup dish of the day

its dinner time we all go home
foods a big improvement here
its cheap and good and its good for you
unlike what we had back there

and shes put nettles in as well
and all the stuff from off the floor
and it means cheaper costs for her

the dinners, are awful, the cook should, be thrown out
its: too hot, too cold
I wish that she'd throw it away
its just the soup dish of the day

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