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Song Parodies -> "The Barista, Matt"

Original Song Title:

"The Aristocats"

Original Performer:

Maurice Chevalier

Parody Song Title:

"The Barista, Matt"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

Which man will know
If you want it brown or black?
Which man can see
When you want it taken back?
Which man can tell
If you think it’s tasting flat?
Natural, my friend
The barista, Matt

Which man do you
See behind the counter there
Wearing a smile
Which he has on everywhere
Who cleanly shaves
And is neither thin or fat
Natural, my friend
The barista, Matt

He shows no difficulty sharing
Heavy burdens you are bearing
That is just his way of caring, as he was and is and will
Barista Matt is never seen
Without his counter shining clean
Or his empty mugs lined up to take their fill
No, sir!

Which man has few
If even any flaws
Which man abides
By every city law
When you see him,
He will always tip his hat
Natural, my friend
The barista, Matt!

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