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Song Parodies -> "My Eats Gorged"

Original Song Title:

"My Sweet Lord"

Original Performer:

George Harrison

Parody Song Title:

"My Eats Gorged"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

HAGGIS: boiled sheep stomach containing various disgusting things; HAKE: type of fish; HADDOCK: type of fish; SCROD: young Atlantic cod or haddock, famous in New England [see below for Scrod joke]; CHITLINS: fried hog intestines; SAIMIN: Hawaiian noodle dish inspired by Japanese Ramen; HALVAH: cloyingly sweet confection made of ground sesame seeds and honey; BAMA: cloyingly sweet pecan pie; FANNIE FARMER: classic cookbook; HARICOTS VERTS: green beans; CRACKLIN'S: crisp residue remaining after chicken or hog fat is rendered
My eats gorged
Mmm! I'm gorged
Mmm! I'm gorged

I really got a sweet tooth
Really want a Baby Ruth
Really got a sweet tooth for
Buttered, baked pecan pie gorged

My eats gorged
Mmm! I'm gorged
Mmm! I'm gorged

I really want to stow food
Really want some goat head stewed
Really want some poached eggs gorged
Scottish taste do I long for (haggis, ooh yeah!)

Fine sheep gorged (haggis, ooh yeah!)
Sheep gut gorged (haggis, ooh yeah!)
Slimy porr'ge (haggis, ooh yeah!)

I really want to eat food
Really not an eats prude
Even eat pig feet, dude! gorged
Buttered hake, broiled scrod, I'm gorged (haddock, ooh yeah!)

Mmm! (haddock, ooh yeah!)
From fleet gorged (haddock, ooh yeah!)
I'm, I'm, I'm gorged (hal'but, ooh yeah!)

Mmm! I'm gorged (hare and chitlins)
I'm, I'm, I'm gorged (hare and rabbit)
"Now, wait a moment (that's redundant!)"
Oh, big deal! (carping, carping!)

Now I really want some noodles (have some Ramen)
Really want Hawaiian food (have some Saimin)
Really want to eat till gorged
On sweet treats till I am gorged (Halvah, ooh yeah!)

Mmm! I'm gorged (have a snooze, yeah)
I, I forage (have a crisp, yeah)
For treat Norge (have some fish, yeah)
I'm gorged (hake, please, hake, please)
Mmm, mmm! (gooey Bama),
Mmm, mmm! (juicy fish stew)
Mmm, mmm! (chewy baked rolls)
Mmm, mmm! (Fannie Farmer)
My eats gorged (goose stuffed till fat)
My eats gorged (pair of bratwursts)
I'm, I'm, I'm gorged (hot tamales)
I'm, I'm, I'm gorged (fruity cobbler)
My eats gorged (haricots verts)

(Hare and chitlins)
My eats gorged (hen and cracklin's)
My eats gorged (crispy chicken)
I'm gorged (hard arteries)

A woman gets into a cab in Boston and asks, "Where can I get scrod?" The driver replies, "Lady, I've been driving cab for 20 years, but that's the first time I've ever heard anybody ask that in the pluperfect subjunctive."

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alvin rhodes - September 07, 2006 - Report this comment
suddenly i have no desire for lunch...unless i could get scrod
TJC - September 07, 2006 - Report this comment
I'm eating this one up! Gastronomic Greatness! JAB, once again plucking the abstruse and arcane from the rarefied regions of his parietal lobes and making them "palatable" to the masses... perfect pacing and homage to original phrasing/rhymes... you da' man! Also loved the joke... as I recall, you once lived near Haaavard?
AFW - September 07, 2006 - Report this comment
Very tasty and exotic..
John Barry - September 07, 2006 - Report this comment
Thanks Alvin, AFW, TJC--once lived briefly in Harvard, MA, a little (then) town west of Bahston, out neah Ayer, ayuh.

"Air!" blared the sharecropper from Ayer
Who snared barely fair fare as heir.
Spare share, just an are--
Less than he’d cared for ere.
Not fair! Did they err? He glared: "Ayuh!"
Meriadoc - September 07, 2006 - Report this comment
Loved all the hari substitutes and the redundancy line had me LOL...

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