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Song Parodies -> "One Inch Fatter"

Original Song Title:

"One Step Closer"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Linkin Park

Parody Song Title:

"One Inch Fatter"

Parody Written by:

Shaun Chinen

The Lyrics

My stomach, it is really sore
I eat until I'm full, then eat some more
What to eat for my dessert
Five gallons of grape yogurt
Wash it down with chocolate shakes
It's so good for Heaven's sake
I want some more...

[Chorus]
Everytime I eat my food
I get one inch fatter, and my belt
It is about to break
But eating all the time feels good
I get one inch fatter, and my belt
It's about to break

I eat ten Big Macs everyday
Then I go home and eat six pounds of steak
Smothered in A-1 Steak Sauce
Food bill is my biggest cost
I don't care and I'll still eat
Don't care I don't see my feet
I want some more...

[Chorus]
Everytime I eat my food
I get one inch fatter, and my belt
It is about to break
But eating all the time feels good
I get one inch fatter, and my belt
It's about to break
Everytime I eat my food
I get one inch fatter, and my belt
It is about to break
But eating all the time feels good
I get one inch fatter, and my belt
It's about to...break
(Break...break...break...break...break)

Feed me when I'm in the drive-thru
Feed me
Feed me
Feed me
Feed me when I'm in the drive-thru
Feed me
Feed me
Feed me
FEED ME
Belt's about to break

[Chorus]
Everytime I eat my food
I get one inch fatter, and my belt
It is about to break
But eating all the time feels good
I get one inch fatter, and my belt
It's about to break
Everytime I eat my food
I get one inch fatter, and my belt
It is about to break
But eating all the time feels good
I get one inch fatter, and my belt
It's about to...break

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Olvan The Terrible - May 23, 2003 - Report this comment
This is nothing more than a piece of stereotypical prejudice from a so-called "normal-weight" individual, who believes that if you're not as skinny as a movie star then you automatically have to overeat and think about food all the time. Shouldn't this parody be on WhatFreaks.com?
Shaun Chinen - May 23, 2003 - Report this comment
Would you lighten up?!?! (Ha ha...get it...lighten up...) Seriously, I sure hope you issue the same criticism for Weird Al for his songs "Fat," "Eat It," and, to a lesser degree, "Grapefruit Diet." My parody was written in exactly the same spirit: one of fun and joy. Too bad you're too damned sensitive for that.
Olvan The Terrible - May 23, 2003 - Report this comment
I'm sorry, I apologize for that, but you should have made it clear that this song parody was intended to be sarcastic. I am aware that there are other people at amiright.com who are openly against fat people, and I thought you were one of them. In response to this I have submitted a sarcastic anti-fat song parody of my own, which spoofs the XTC song "The Man Who Murdered Love." It should be added to the site on Monday.
Shaun Chinen - May 24, 2003 - Report this comment
Thank you for clarifying. I am new here, so have not seen any malicious attacks against fat people. Too bad there are idiots like that. Anyway, I will be sure to point out the spirit of the parody should I come up with any similar ones in the future.

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