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Song Parodies -> "Breakfast in Bed"

Original Song Title:

"Lump"

Parody Song Title:

"Breakfast in Bed"

Parody Written by:

Zak Randall

The Lyrics

I'm always eating breakfast in bed
Gonna eat it everyday until I'm dead
There's nothing like eating sliced bananas
While laying in your bed in your pajamas

It's breakfast, in bed
It's in my head
It's breakfast, in bed, in bed
The best way to be fed

Never last to eat at breakfast time
'Cause the food is brought to me every time
Eating cold food I don't know how you feel
Because people always deliver a nice hot meal

It's breakfast, in bed
It's in my head
It's breakfast, in bed, in bed
The best way to be fed

All my servants always aim to please
When they deliver my bacon, egg, and cheese
It is always the best way to eat
Have food brought to you right after you sleep

It's breakfast, in bed
It's in my head
It's breakfast, in bed, in bed
The best way to be fed

Am I gonna always eat breakfast in bed
I think so
Am I gonna always eat breakfast in bed
I think so
Am I gonna always eat breakfast in bed
I think so
Am I gonna always eat breakfast in bed

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