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Song Parodies -> "100 Weight Watchiers"

Original Song Title:

"100,000 Years"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"100 Weight Watchiers"

Parody Written by:

Chris Caillouet

The Lyrics

TOS "Watchiers" is pronounced wah-CHEERS, and "Weight Watchiers" is like "musketeers" (they can be just as steely).
I’m sorry to have eaten so much
I guess I was a bit out of touch
I may appear somewhat out of breath
An embolism away from death

Well, why’d you let me gobble so much?
Who says that I use food as a crutch?
Why would you say that I’m a peer
Of a hundred Weight Watchiers?

I’m sorry to have eaten so much
Ransacked the fridge and Granny’s pie hutch
Could an intervention be near
From a hundred Weight Watchiers?

A cookie, won’t you let me
I think I lost a half of a pound
I don’t think I can, oh no, ow

I’m sorry I’ve resisted so much
But I ain’t gonna nest with your clutch
You see how it has stolen my smile, do you babe?
Those egg white omelets aren’t my style

[guilt-quashing guitar solo/outro]

Song 8 of 9 in a food-themed parody of Kiss’ debut album:

1. Butter (Strutter)
2. Charleston Chews (Nothin’ To Lose)
3. Waffle House (Firehouse)
4. Ice Cream (Cold Gin)
5. Cookie Dough (Let Me Know)
6. Chicken Time (Kissin’ Time)
7. Mousse (Deuce)
8. 100 Weight Watchiers (100,000 Years)
9. Red Velvet (Black Diamond)

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