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Song Parodies -> "Beer is the Answer"

Original Song Title:

"Love is the Answer"

Parody Song Title:

"Beer is the Answer"

Parody Written by:

Warren Baker

The Lyrics

If you missed the original back in 1979, catch it here at Love Is the Answer- England Dan and John Ford Coley. And pop a cold one.
My lone vice
A lager that’s cold as ice
I can’t stand it if it’s warm

And I’ve had Coors and Stroh’s
Beers I’ve explored, ignored, and poured
If there’s a good stout, I’d have downed it
Chewy with flavors robust and rounded

Fill my glass tall.
Foamy glee
Beer is the answer
Want to meet girls?
Drinks on me.
Beer is the answer.

Wet or dry
Flavors complex or shy
And at summits, it is served

Makes people often slur
Or they will concur, or purr, or demure
Whether you drink reds
Or Porter style
Tasty makes them worthy to crawl a mile.

Careful with malts
Don’t by cheap
Beer is the answer
If you must fall
Be discrete
Beer is the answer.

Belgian brews make me smile
But wheats to me are rancid
(Just like antacids)
I’m a fan of the darks and the ambers

If it’s a nice bouquet
(Buy me another)
Before you start to sway
(Buy me another)
And when it starts to foam
(Buy me another)
And if your girth has grown
(Pour me another)
Or if your feel tapped out
(Pour me another)
I’ll take a Guinness Stout
(Pour me another)
If you’ve an evil twin
(Buy me another)
I’ll gladly drink with him

Buy
You’ve got to buy
You’ve got to buy me another

Four letter word
Rhymes with deer
Beer is the answer
This liquid jewel
Brings us cheer
Beer is the answer
Evidence suggests that beer, when eaten with vegetables, makes vegetables taste better. But according to the FDA, too many vegetables can severely distract you from drinking more beer. Please exercise caution. For more worthless info, visit the Blogging Baker. Copyright 2010 Warren Baker

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Mark Scotti - April 30, 2010 - Report this comment
You just made me opt for "Happy Hour" tonight!! LOL
Jeff Reuben - April 30, 2010 - Report this comment
I couldn't agree more with this song! Warms the heart. Headed to Happy Hour with Mark Scotti now :-)
Dan Creeden - April 30, 2010 - Report this comment
Great Job. This rates 5 Hops in my book. Excuse me while I pour another so I can get my girth to grow.
Phil N - April 30, 2010 - Report this comment
Yeah, it's always the answer! 555 brews
Warren Bakier - April 30, 2010 - Report this comment
Enjoyed the comments and am enjoying a cold one right now. Thanks guys!
Jonathan S. - April 30, 2010 - Report this comment
Superb rhyming, especially "rancid/antacids." You won't hear any 'booze' from me! 555
Warren Baker - May 01, 2010 - Report this comment
Much appreciated, Jonathan!
Old Man Ribber - May 03, 2010 - Report this comment
"Hops" ahead of the rest! ;D
Warren Baker - May 04, 2010 - Report this comment
Good to hear from you Old Man! Was missing those puns of yours. Thanks for the v/c!

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