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Song Parodies -> "I Love Food"

Original Song Title:

"I Love You Always Forever"

Original Performer:

Donna Lewis

Parody Song Title:

"I Love Food"

Parody Written by:

White Trash

The Lyrics

feels like im living in a kitchen dream
of deserts, of stale butternut
feels like, im lost in a deep cloud, a heavenly cheif
touching, discovering you

those days, oatmeal grains come rushing back to me
tatse relentless, shared in the heart of the dining room
out of stillness, soft spoken words

i love food always forever
meats and fruits closer together
everywhere i will be with you
oh my cake i will devour you (2)

youve got the most delectable blue taste ive ever seen
as ice cream almost melts away
as i lay there watching rachel ray
with pure fudge bars
exotic sweetness, a magical treat

repeat chorus

say youll eat eat eat forever
never stop love love that chedder
near and far and always and
every fruit and every meat (2)

repeat chorus

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Patrick - June 18, 2015 - Report this comment
I've always liked the original song. Kind of "different". By the way, if you want to repeat a chorus or line, just print it out, it is a lot easier to read that way, and you don't have to back up to find it. There is plenty of space on this site.

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