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Song Parodies -> "The Way-Out Meal"

Original Song Title:

"The Way I Feel"

Original Performer:

Robert Plant

Parody Song Title:

"The Way-Out Meal"

Parody Written by:

Porfle Popnecker

The Lyrics

See 'em, we drive them out
With their backs against the wheel
Invite the gypsy curses
A dumb thing to do if they're really real
Mm, if they're really real, if they're really real

Double toil and trouble, bubble beneath her hand
A li'l hag goaded
Stir with a horn goes the heart of a ram
Oh, mm, with the heart of a ram

I should've let them stay here
I can't fight the nether

Food is turning into
Sneak attacking hounds of gore
The salad is ornery
A nibble in the kitchen turned to all-out war
Mm, turned to all-out war, on a waxy floor

I must've passed the wheat bread
Mmm, oww, now it wields a blender, oh-oh
Oh, a fear of buns ingrained

The dinner tries to eat me
The spinach wants to play
A stranger is my turkey
Break my fast, obey

A fruit bar writhes inside me
Tostadas with a plan
A danish yearns to beat me
And bake me in a pan

Chez Goo-ooh

Food is a churning goo
I've attacked it with a saw
A turnabout butchery
A killer competition to survive it raw
Mmm, to contrive a slaw, goin' Dutch

A pot lucky stew with the bits I've killed
Fits unstilled, oh, ooh-ooh

The dinner tried to eat me
The spinach went astray
A danger was my turkey
Faced the baste today

A FUBAR bite to tide me
A blarney with some bran
A strainer churns to treat me
And make a marzipan

[guitar solo]

The dinner won't defeat me
The human wins his way
The steamer makes some jerky
Taco death, ole'

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Meriadoc - July 31, 2012 - Report this comment
You fought the slaw and the slaw won?
Rob Arndt - July 31, 2012 - Report this comment
Porfle, how do you come up with these crazy food parodies??? 555!!!
Porfle Popnecker - July 31, 2012 - Report this comment
@Meriadoc--mmm...slaw (drool). @Rob--I'm addicted to food!
Rob Arndt - July 31, 2012 - Report this comment
Porfle, I would like to do more food parodies, but just don't have your talent for making the lyrics humorous enough. I do OK but have only a handful of them. I would like to write about meat b/c I am a carnivore and love that drippin' blood. And i go against the others with my obsession with Heinz 57 over A-1. Also, Kingsford charcoal over propane anyday. Maybe you can do a steak parody sometime :)~
Porfle Popnecker - July 31, 2012 - Report this comment
Thanks Rob, hey I love Heinz 57 sauce over A-1 myself (although both are good). Also, my dad was the king of backyard grilling as far as steaks go, and he always used Kingford. Actually, he bought a gas grill once but eventually let it rot and went back to charcoal.
Rob Arndt - August 01, 2012 - Report this comment
Yeah, propane get the steaks hot and done, but they are usually heavily marinated overnight for taste or some use steak rubs which is gross to me. With Kingsford and charcoal on a grille- who could ask for more? You did it again Porfle... gotta make me a steak tomorrow!!!

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