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Song Parodies -> "It's Not Butter"

Original Song Title:

"Yes It Is"

Original Performer:

The Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"It's Not Butter"

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The Lyrics

Tough time getting the phrasing right...but I think it flows like butter
Must have Parkay tonight
Cholesterol has reached new heights
Butter-like bread spreads are hard to get right
This tates like Cheeze Whiz
Yes it is

Butter made from milk, I'm told
Can keep you from growing old
I can't have dairy whenever I please
Arteries get hard;
Surgery you see

I could be happy with cheese by my side
And cream—but forget it
Cause they're so good I can't stop
No, I can't
No sir, I can't

This stuff does not taste right
I think that it's a spread that's light
Oleo margarine just makes me blue
There's nothing I can do
Yes it is, it's true, yes it is it's true

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John Barry - June 15, 2004 - Report this comment
alvin rhodes - June 15, 2004 - Report this comment
nice job on a tough song to do

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