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Song Parodies -> "Gimme All Your Muffins"

Original Song Title:

"Gimme All Your Lovin'"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

ZZ Top

Parody Song Title:

"Gimme All Your Muffins"

Parody Written by:

Jefery Beckley

The Lyrics

A ode to food.
I got to have a shot of what you got it is very neat
You got to make it good cause I got a tooth that is very sweet
Gimme all your muffins and all your Hershey’s kisses too
Gimme all your muffins and all of your delicious food
You got to whip it up and make me a loaf of bread
If I start you’ll have to stop me once I’m fed
Gimme all your muffins and all your Hershey’s kisses too
Gimme all your muffins and all of your delicious food
You got to cook it up just like Martha Stewart would
You got to stack it up and I’ll eat more than anyone should
Gimme all your muffins and all your Hershey’s kisses too
Gimme all your muffins and all or you delicious food.
If you like it tell me at jeferybe@students.usd286-sedan-ks.org

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