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Song Parodies -> "S.P.A.M. (Eating Spam is Painless)"

Original Song Title:

"Suicide Is Painless (the MASH song)"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Johnny Mandel

Parody Song Title:

"S.P.A.M. (Eating Spam is Painless)"

Parody Written by:

Polka Person

The Lyrics

Looking in the fridge I see
Something in a can to eat
Not caring if it's good for me
I chow it down and I can see

That eating Spam is painless
I spread it on a sandwich
And I can take and eat it when I please

It's not half bad, it tastes okay
Was gonna eat it anyway
This is what I have to say:
Open up a can today!

Eating Spam is painless
My spreading knife is stainless
Now I can take and eat it when I please

Eating Spam right from the tin
It doesn't hurt, so please dig in
Open your mouth and shove it in
You've got some dripping down your chin

Eating Spam is painless
This song is forever aimless
And I can make a Spam-wich if I please
...and feel free to eat some with me.

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