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Song Parodies -> "Eggo Waffles"

Original Song Title:

"Ruthless People"

Original Performer:

Mick Jagger

Parody Song Title:

"Eggo Waffles"

Parody Written by:

Tokusou Sentai Blessranger

The Lyrics

They only see you that you buy waffles
You got syrup in the fridge now,I know
You can eat things like pancakes and sausage
You're eating waffles,you can't take a message

Hey! Chow down!
Eggo waffles...doesn't taste lethal,wanna tell you
Hey...come on! Stand up...get on your feet!
Eggo waffles...they're not feeble,what I say

Get more of those burly tastes will they possess
The french toast sticks are frightful...I guess
Waffles aren't really bad to your mouth,just eat it
At least they get cold you need to just reheat it

Hey! Stand 'em right now!
Eggo more troubles,oh yes

You can chew 'em, you can bite 'em
They're something you just can't ignore
If you love 'em,it's for breakfast
'Cause the bad taste won't come no more
You need something to make some breakfast
The next time you gotta make them
You don't have to be fed up
Eating them don't have you lose a limb

Eat Eggo waffles
Eggo'd better eat one or two
Hey...Eggo,Eggo,Eggo,Eggo waffles

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