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Song Parodies -> "The Iron Chef"

Original Song Title:

"Iron Man"

Original Performer:

Black Sabbath

Parody Song Title:

"The Iron Chef"

Parody Written by:

That Guy Over There

The Lyrics


Has be burnt his food?
Can his chicken calm your mood?
Can he cook at all?
Or will his restaraunt burn and fall?

Is he five star or one?
Either way, he just got shunned
Let's just watch him cook
Some would rather read a book

He was turned to beef
In the Great Barrier Reef
When he went to fish
For some meat to fill his dish

Somebody fired him
Now he has no job
He can't cook now
They just think he's a slob

Now the time is here
For Iron Chef to bring fear
Vengeance from the pot
Burns the students he once taught

Somebody fired him
But he's making a comeback
Creating new dishes
Even a fancy rib rack

Heavy forks of lead
Stuffs his vitcims full of bread
Barfing as much as they can
Iron Chef cooks again!

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