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Song Parodies -> "Green Eggs and Toast"

Original Song Title:

"Larry's High Silk Hat"

Original Performer:

Veggietales (TV)

Parody Song Title:

"Green Eggs and Toast"

Parody Written by:

Jimmy Traitor

The Lyrics

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One night, while Jerry was waiting for the trolley, he had his dish.
Green eggs and toast!
I fell so swell and beautiful with this dish,
others wish in fact green eggs and toast!
Oh, Mr. Peach, now what do you think of that?

Jerry placed the toast and eggs on the bench,
what should he do to save his favorite dish?
I won't feel grand
Hurry, sir trolley before my dasperness goes flat!

Oh please, don't let anyone sit close to me on my toast.
I ask if all you could be so thankful,
and stay back, away from my eggs!

A big blueberry sat on my eggs,
She sat on it real flat,
She sat on the eggs and the toast!
O, tell me someone; now what do you think of that?

Crowd: A big blueberry sat on his eggs,
She sat on it real flat,
She sat on the eggs and the toast!
(Trolley arrives)
copyright 2001.

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Taylor - February 16, 2011 - Report this comment
I like it. It's funny. But you didn't do the whole song. "High Silk Hat" has 4 syllables because you love green eggs and toast.

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