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Song Parodies -> "I Can't Bite This Meatloaf Anymore"

Original Song Title:

"Can't Fight This Feeling"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

REO Speedwagon

Parody Song Title:

"I Can't Bite This Meatloaf Anymore"

Parody Written by:

Bob Gomez

The Lyrics

Them's good eatin'.
Went down to your momma's house for dinner
The oldest trailer park in Abilene
She says, “Pop this here grub into yer innards!”
I had to notice that the meatloaf was half-green!

I tell myself I've eaten at McDonald's
While knowing what's included with the meat--
But when I'm chowing down here at your momma's
It's a scene out of “Fear Factor”
And the challenge is to eat!

My gastric health I ponder--
I take one teensy bite--
It looks hellish, rank and putrid
And the worms are wiggly-white!
If I keep eating I'm bound to rolf all night!

And I can't bite this meatloaf anymore!
It's a steaming mess of culinary gore!
It's rotten, rancid, moldy to the core!
She's piling more and more
On my plate!

No, I can't bite this meatloaf anymore!
I'd forgotten what it's like to be piss-poor!
Excuse me while I toss it off the porch;
Bring on the second course--
Sadie, I can't bite this meatloaf anymore!

I know your momma's fond of her concoctions--
I've enjoyed her fried sardines with bacon rinds--
But it seems this meal is running out of options;
How can I phrase this politely?
Your mom's cooking is a crime!

And even as I squander
And lose my appetite,
I'll be making stupid comments
Like, “This dish is pure delight!”
The toilet and I will be face-to-bowl tonight!

But I can't bite this meatloaf anymore!
I've been dropping globs to Fido on the floor--
It's crawling like a mutant canker sore;
I'm going to the store
Forever!

No, I can't bite this meatloaf anymore!
I would rather watch reruns of Dinah Shore!
I think I'll hop right back into my Porsche
And skip your momma's borscht--
Sadie, I can't bite this meatloaf anymore!
©Bob Gomez 2005

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Rick D - February 22, 2005 - Report this comment
I see we both have inedible dishes today. Mari had this idea for a "Klingon Fear Factor" where some Worf-like warrier would have to chow down an artichoke or twinkie, or some other unliving food, and have the same reaction as the folks eating cockroaches. Then for the physical challenge, they'd have to do needlepoint or ballet. Hilarious!
Michael Pacholek - February 22, 2005 - Report this comment
You took the words right out of my mouth!
Jeff Reuben - February 23, 2005 - Report this comment
I would write anything for votes, but I won't eat that --Meatloaf =) Well done!
Royce Miller - February 24, 2006 - Report this comment
I happened upon this parody and found it very funny, starting with the title and all the way.
Paul the cab driver - November 22, 2008 - Report this comment
OMG! This was hilarious! Best parody Ive seen in a while! Sounds like my wife's cooking.

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