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Song Parodies -> "I WIll Always Love Food"

Original Song Title:

"I Will Always Love You"

Original Performer:

Rik Waller

Parody Song Title:

"I WIll Always Love Food"

Parody Written by:

Andy Sullivan

The Lyrics

If I didn't eat I'd be able to see my feet
But I do love my food and that why I am overweight
And I will always love food, will always love food
Oh food food my darling food mmmm
Chocolate cake, crisps and sweets
That is what I like for my tea
Apple pie, big mac and fries
Pretty soon will be the time for my next feed
And I will always love food, will always love food yeah
Gimme food cream cakes chips with everything
Gimme food cream cakes yeah
I think I could eat a small horse or a whole load of beef
And I would still have room for a chocolate cake
Which explains why I'm so overweight
And I will always love food, will always love food
Gimme food baby, mammy mammy mammy
Where is my supper, oh chips with everything
Last night I had a curry and I feel the effects
What can I say oh just gimme food
All night long ... please don't eat late at night
You know its bad for you
But I really love fooooooood

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