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Song Parodies -> "Brats in the Oven"

Original Song Title:

"After the Lovin'"

Original Performer:

Engelbert Humperdinck

Parody Song Title:

"Brats in the Oven"

Parody Written by:

Royce Miller

The Lyrics

ode to the bratwurst
Get your buns outta bed
Brats are in the oven
The sauerkraut's waiting for you
It's got a kick, and the tell-tale consistency of glue

The brats are real plump
At least when you cook em
I'm chopping some onions real small
Get the sweet relish out
And try not to sling it on the wall

Thanks for wakin up
And helping me with this food
Better turn the brats
In the oven

Can you get the paper plates
Out of the pantry
And put some ice in your glass
Cause brats make you thirsty
Like you've been eating grass

And I know the garbage is full
Can you take it out, dear?
The brats are smellin great
And they're gonna be good with beer

Yeah, the brats in the oven
Are gonna taste good with beer

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Overall Rating: 4.0

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