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Song Parodies -> "You Cooked It All Night Long"

Original Song Title:

"You Shook Me All Night Long"

Original Performer:

AC/DC

Parody Song Title:

"You Cooked It All Night Long"

Parody Written by:

Michael Pacholek

The Lyrics

Anybody who thinks AC/DC was better with Bon Scott than with Brian Johnson probably also thinks Colonel Blake was better on "M*A*S*H" than Colonel Potter. Come to think of it, Blake drank too much, too. Angus, if you would, please...CRANK IT!
She was a chef machine! She was the cooking queen!
Made the best hamburgers I have ever seen!
She had the hungry guys asking for a prize!
Knockin' me out with all her crinkle-cut fries!
Eating more than my share, barely came up for air!
She said, "Come and get it!" And I was already there!

'Cause my jaws were shaking, my gut was quaking
the cake was baking, and you were making it and
You...cooked it all night long! Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah!
You...cooked it all night long! Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah!

Working double time to feed the chow line
she was one of a kind, she's just mine all mine!
She wanted no applause, just another course!
Made those meals just for me, I came back for more!
Had to scarf it down, and drink another round!
Now I'm back in the club to get delicious grub!

'Cause my jaws were shaking, my gut was quaking
the cake was baking, and you were making it and
You...cooked it all night long! Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah!
You...cooked it all night long! Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah!

(guitar break)

Yeah....!
You...cooked it all night long! Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah!
You...cooked it all night long! Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah!
You...cooked it all night long! Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah!
You...cooked it all night long! Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah!

Whoaaaa.... yeahhhh...

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Billy Florio - July 08, 2003 - Report this comment
Alright Michael...lesson time........#1 Bon Scott was better than Brian Johnson, but there is no disrespect to Brian Johnson....he was great too...Bon was just better....(Though I will admitt that even though Bon was better, "you shook me all night long" is their best song)....#2...Col Henry BLake was better than Potter .......the show stopped being funny after Blake and Trapper left...and it especially stopped being funny after those idiot producers allowed Alan Alda to control the show......C'mon, Mash was a SITCOM, not some drama like show that they made it after Blake and Trapper.....Give me the days of Hawkeye, Frank, Trapper, Hotlips and Blake anyday........
Meriadoc - July 08, 2003 - Report this comment
I have to disagree with BillyOreo; Trapper was annoying. So was Frank Burns. Charles Emerson Winchester III made the whole show. And Potter was better than Blake. Oh, the parody? Not bad Michael. :-)
Claude Prez - July 08, 2003 - Report this comment
Started out very strong--"Best hamburgers I have ever seen" was particularly good. Second verse was a little disappointing but still not bad. Bon Scott had a better sense of humor so I liked him more. As far as MASH goes, you've already admitted you hate the Simpsons, so you have no credibility anyway.
Phil Alexander - July 09, 2003 - Report this comment
Brian Johnson has got more power and control over his voice, but for me, Bon Scott's lyrics and the way you can hear the smile on his face make him the DC vocalist for me every time. I enjoyed this parody, too.
Wild Man - July 09, 2003 - Report this comment
It was great to see that Mike can "Crank it" now and then. Alan Alda made MASH , he was the one who had to ajust to all the personel changes, the writing on that show was brilliant.
Jeff Reuben - July 09, 2003 - Report this comment
Good parody, pacing was pretty much right on. No opinion about the AC/DC politics though
Spaff.com - July 09, 2003 - Report this comment
Nice job. And I'll take Donald Sutherland as Hawkeye and Elliott Gould as Trapper. Gotta love Altman.

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