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Song Parodies -> "Having You for Dinner"

Original Song Title:

"Wrapped Around Your Finger"

Original Performer:

The Police

Parody Song Title:

"Having You for Dinner"

Parody Written by:

Royce Miller

The Lyrics

Do you know just what a cannibal is?
I like flesh, just like an animal does
If you're wary, you should never linger
Round someone who wants you for his dinner

I have come here with a good Chianti
And some farver beans--you want to join me?
You could be the main course, if you wish to
You look like a very good dish, don't you?

I'll be having you for dinner
I'll be having you for dinner

Hannibal the Cannibal's my name
Eating other people is my game
You must listen to your intuition
If I ask you, don't go with me fishin!

Rehabilitation is behind me
On this island they will never find me
I will know that I am still a winner
When I have a dear, dear friend for dinner

You'll be on my plate for dinner
You'll be on my plate for dinner....

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