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Song Parodies -> "I Had Too Much Ice Cream (Last Night)"

Original Song Title:

"I Had Too Much to Dream (Last Night)"

Original Performer:

The Electric Prunes

Parody Song Title:

"I Had Too Much Ice Cream (Last Night)"

Parody Written by:

Tommy Turtle

The Lyrics

Why the obesity epidemic in the US? ...

Psychedelic garage rock from the late 60s. OS lyrics here. This YouTube video shows the actual 45 rpm record playing, for those who've never seen one. ("A what?" "Record"? "45 rpm?" "Huh?" lol)

Last night fudge sundae danced upon my hungry lips
With whipped cream, cherries, and two cones, both double-dips
My mouth was filled with lovely pastries endlessly
I had that sugar rush to comfort me
Then came the day
How much I weigh!
Gross display, oy vay!

I had too much ice cream last night
Unending stream
Pants are getting a trace too tight
I had too much ice cream
Last night
Last night

My blubber flubbered as I lubbered from my bed
I could not bear the "figures" scale and mirror said
'Twas so surreal to feel such serotonin bliss
But when I raised my lips for choc'late kiss...
Came the Sun
I weigh a ton
Weigh: each bun, one ton

I was such a disgrace last night
Cannot erase
Shoulda' swallowed some Mace™ last night
I'm too fat to embrace
Delight:
Now, blight

Had an eclair supreme last night
Now I could scream
How I widened my beam last night!
Stuffed myself to extreme
Some sight!
What fright!

'Twas like in a dream
My eyes all agleam
Lost self-esteem last night
Now, bursting a seam

[repeat to fade, he wishes, but it won't fade away...]


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alvin - April 23, 2009 - Report this comment
retained the original angst of the OS very well...
Glen S - April 23, 2009 - Report this comment
Sound like you and your scale both fear each other. Very well written.
Mark Scotti - April 23, 2009 - Report this comment
I do remember that song, and you followed it well. Very well done, TT. 5 scoops..
32nd Flavor - April 23, 2009 - Report this comment
iDeem
rhymed Schemes
of your theme
is Su-preme!
AFW - April 23, 2009 - Report this comment
Funny rhymes and lines
Andy Primus - April 23, 2009 - Report this comment
Great rhyming. There must be something psychic going on. You and AFW both writing about pastries and whipped cream. Also 2 people doing the same S & G song all on the same day
Tommy Turtle - April 23, 2009 - Report this comment
alvin, thanks.
Glen S, thanks.
Mark Scotti, thanks... not sure i need any more scoops for a while lol ... thanks for v/c, Mark.
32nd Flavor: I Bask-in your praise, "sweet" as the song of Robbins!
AFW, thanks.
Andy Primus, thanks. AFW and I have had ESPN (lol) before. Warped minds run in the same gutter! ... thanks for v/c, Andy.
---------------------------------------------- - November 07, 2012 - Report this comment
YES
Tommy Turtle - November 10, 2012 - Report this comment
@ ------ : THANK YOU

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