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Original Song Title:

"Tainted Love"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Tainted Food"

Parody Written by:

T. Marie T....loads of AKAs

The Lyrics

i'm not naming names!

sometimes i feel want to get away, i want to run away
from the food you serve every night and day
you don't prepare right, contaminate everything in sight
the mayo was left out...and its gone bad there is no doubt
once i ate here, but one could die here
this tainted food your cooking
inspector needs to come looking
it could make me sick
and thats not nearly all
tainted food , oh, tainted food

now i know i've got to run away, i've got to get away
i don't really want any food of yours
its not the price, even if it was free it wouldn't be right
and sure i could pray...but can you really pray ecoli away?
once i ate here
now its my greatest fear
this tainted food your serving
i know a few guys who deserve it
it would make them sick and thats not nearly all
tainted food, oh, tainted food

don't cook anything for me
cross contamination queen!!!
oh you like to cook i know
but the inspector gave you a zero! a zero!

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