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Song Parodies -> "Hot Buttery Scones"

Original Song Title:

"Like a Stone"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Hot Buttery Scones"

Parody Written by:

Panic Pagoda

The Lyrics

About toast, muffins and, of course, scones.
On a hot, buttery muffin
no room for jam and marmalade
by a napkin
i confess I ate way too many
so much fat
there was nearly death
eating now, we'll dine alone
and if I can refrigerate this
any food we want to eat
in your house
I long to eat
donuts and scones
I'll wait for you to bring
a buttery scone
I'll wait for you there
for a scone

and on some toasted bread
I will spread
Some powdered sugar like a god
I like toast
They say the taste can take me to heaven
to a place
called Dunkin Donuts
I was there 2 days ago
the scones were blacked
the coffee was black
and there you fed me by hand

in a house
i long for
buttery croissants
I'll wait for some there
I'd also like a scone
I'll eat while I wait for
My scone

in all I eat
till the breakfast was gone
and I sat in regret
because the muffins were gone
for all that I've buttered
and all that I've chewed
in dreams till my death
I will want one more

in the toaster
i long to eat
again and again
I'll wait for you to buy
another crateload of scones
I'll wait til I eat
my scones

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2nz - January 18, 2004 - Report this comment
Really good idea, and I liked every part of the parody where the pacing fit. In some instances all you'd need to do is get rid of a word to make it fit. "For all that I've buttered" would fit if it was "for all I've buttered". Also in many cases, you substitute a two syllable word in place of the word 'room'. That just doesn't work with the song. Keep 'em coming, Panic.

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