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Song Parodies -> "coffeeitis"

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Original Performer:

Oak Ridge Boys

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Parody Written by:

Joe Mackela

The Lyrics

This is for a guy I know who drinks coffee all night and all day

Coffeitist, Coffeeitist
His cravings are at his highest with coffeeitist

Forget about mountain dew or cherry wine, this guy sure has got cravings and that is sure not a lie. He thinks he has a good feeling when that coffee gets him bouncing off the walls and ceiling.
cause he know that if he keeps drinking coffee he'll feel fine.

Im singing coffeeitist,coffeeitist
his cravings are at his highest with coffeeitist

drink it up a drink it up a drink it up a Bob Bob
drink it up a drink it up a drink it up a Bob Bob
hi yo silver, lets drink caffeine away!!!!!!

Tonight hes going to go out and buy some more coffee,
he's going to buy all the coffee he can.
hes going to bounce and jump off the walls because he saved up his last whole dollar.
He's going to drink coffee to his hearts content.

coffeeitist, coffeeitist, his hearts on fire with coffeeitist
copyright: 12/25/05

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