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Just a tasty version of Madonna's song "Holiday"
Hollandaise, yellow glaze.
Hollandaise, yellow glaze.


If you ate some hollandaise
With some chicken and mayonnaise
With a fork or a knife
It would be, it would taste good with rice

Everybody spread the word
It’s good to eat on a celebration
Eaten all around the world
In every nation
It's tasty for the good times
Forget about the bad times, oh yeah
The family will come together
Cooking under pressure
You need some hollandaise.


You can eat it year round
And bring back all of those happy days
Put your forks down
It's time to eat hollandaise
Let the taste mound
And with my special wine
It will taste good together
Wine makes things better
With the taste of hollandaise.


Hollandaise, yellow glaze.
Hollandaise, yellow glaze.


Hollandaise, yellow glaze.
Hollandaise, yellow glaze.

Hollandaise, yellow glaze.
Tastes good in every nation

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