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"Bad Day (At the Food Mart)"

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Since I like eating, I thought "Why not write a song about it?" But because I'm too lazy to make a whole new song, I decided to take an existing one and create a parody out of it. This is something I whipped up real quick.
Need stake for dinner
No more disgusting liver
I say nope
Chi-li's is where I'm goin'

I eat eve-ry day
The oldest peas from busted cans
Then I will pray, I know, in my heart
Chili's is heaven

When I start munching
Oh now don't you fear
You'll have-some when I'm done
Yeah right I'm only jokin'

And when I can't eat
Make sure my pantry still-loves me, yeah

When I'm awake, I go, to the mart
Then I'm in heaven

First I eat-steak
Then some fillet
Light up a J
For-get to-pay
Here someone say
"Take him away"

I run away
Slip on a tray
And there I lay

And now I must wait
I fell-and dropped all-of my bread
Next time I'll say, in-stead, of the mart,
"Sev-en el-lev-en"

Locked in a pin, yeah
No food comes in, yeah
Now I'll get slim, yeah
Oh what a sin, yeah

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