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Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

John Lennon

Parody Song Title:


Parody Written by:

Forrest Dailey

The Lyrics

Yeah I know I am just another Weird Al Yankovich, where he left off with "Fat" and "Eat It", so sorry about that, but I can't help it.
Food is an outlet through which we bury our pain
I'll say it again...
Food is an outlet through which we bury our pain
I don't believe in ketchup.
I don't believe in ice cream.
I don't believe in pineapple.
I don't believe in carrots.
I don't believe in chitlins.
I don't believe in Cheez Whiz.
I don't believe in candy.
I don't believe in butter.
I don't believe in cilantro.
I don't believe in pita.
I don't believe in yogurt.
I don't believe in "wings".
I don't believe in shellfish.
I don't believe in cinnamon.
I don't believe in Cheetos....
I just believe in bread. That's what I said.
The meal is over. What can I say?
The meal is over. Let's call it a day.
I was starving. But now I'm full.
I was just half a man. But now I'm whole.
And so, dear friends, it's time to go to bed.
The meal is over.........

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Overall Rating: 3.7

Total Votes: 3

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