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Song Parodies -> "I'd Love To Make A Recipe With You"

Original Song Title:

"I'd Never Write a Song About You"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"I'd Love To Make A Recipe With You"

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The Lyrics

I don't get to see you that often
Here we go again and its Christmas time
When I eat I am relentless
You will be defenceless
Oh once again you are tasty
Once again I do believe

That I'd love to make a recipe with you
All the same I eat a pie
Till your boyfriend looks over
Oh I'd love to make a recipe with you
Goes to show you think he knows,
That you're getting eaten by me

Roll it back again to the beginning
You're all up in my grill and its Dinner Time
You think you're tasty without chicken
And you caught me in the kitchen
You said you don't like my recipe
I bet your boyfriend thinks I'm crazy

Repeat chorus

You don't seem to like my new recipe
'Cause now it's not the same
'Cause you think I'm insane
You say it doesn't matter
That your lying on a platter
Once again you are tasty
Once again I do believe

I'd love to make (love to make) a recipe with you (x4)

Repeat chorus

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