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Song Parodies -> "Is This My Lunch?"

Original Song Title:

"So This Is Love (Love theme from "Cinderella")"

Original Performer:

Ilene Woods

Parody Song Title:

"Is This My Lunch?"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

Was kinda' bored so I did this parody as a quickie. Basically what happens after Cinderella and Prince Charming did their wedding waltz and decided to eat a rather scrumptuous meal.
Mmmmmm. Is this my lunch? Mmmmmm. Is this my lunch?
Smells good, I'm sure it tastes divine.
Some cordon bleu, mmmmmm, and mushroom stew.

[Prince Charming]
And mushroom stew.

[Cinderella and Prince Charming]
And here's some roast turkey and wine.

I ate some wings, mmmmmm, dessert's some pie.

[Cinderella and Prince Charming]
Taste's good, like we float in the sky
This is gastronomical, a foodie buff's delight


[Prince Charming]

[Cinderella and Prince Charming]
This is our lunch.
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