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Song Parodies -> "The Original Big Mac Song"

Original Song Title:

"Big Mac Theme Song"

Original Performer:

McDonnald's Inc.

Parody Song Title:

"The Original Big Mac Song"

Parody Written by:

Mr. Je Ne Sais Quoi

The Lyrics

We all know the song: "two all beef patties / special sause / letuce / cheese / pickles / onions / on a sesame seed bun." Well this is my 2nd parody of a Theme Song Done by McDonnald's, Yes it's extreamly short wich is probably bad. And look out for a parody of "Put a Smile on"
Turns us into Fatties
Big Gollutes
Spare Me
Please
Greasy
Fries 'er
full o' salt, fatty beef n' buns

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Agrimorfee - June 24, 2004 - Report this comment
Ok--this is really a song fragment, but I will 555 you anyway. Here's a REAL challenge: parody the chant McDonald's used in the '80s to showcase the menu-- "BIG MAC--FILET O FISH--QUARTER POUNDER-FRENCH FRIES--ICY COKE--THICK SHAKE--SUNDAES AND APPLE PIES".
Mr. Je Ne Sais Quoi - June 24, 2004 - Report this comment
It isn't a song frag that's the whole song, there isn't anything else.
blow torch - June 24, 2004 - Report this comment
No I haven't heard the orignal
Mr. Je Ne Sais Quoi - June 24, 2004 - Report this comment
Would anybody happen to know if there are any other lyrics to "Put a Smile on" besides "Put a Smile On / Put a Smile on / Everybody come on / Put a Smile On"
Stray Pooch - June 24, 2004 - Report this comment
OK, here's a real indication of how old I am. The first McDonald's jingle I remember is "Only forty-seven cents for a three course meal at McDonalds - the drive-in with the golden arches!" (I wonder if anybody else on this site can sing that little ditty!) If nothing else the PRICE (for a burger, fries and shake - 47 cents!) should be a giveaway. Cripes, I'm old . . .
katie neal - April 24, 2005 - Report this comment
i am trying to download the original big mac song. Its for a bet. please e-mail me if you know how thank you. daisyk_20@yahoo.com
briskray - December 26, 2007 - Report this comment
i just got back from mac donalds and they should force employee's to know this little jingle. both big mac's were with out cheese. oh and lettuce and sauce are spelled wrong! two all beef patties / special sauce / lettuce / cheese / pickles / onions / on a sesame seed bun
bob - September 16, 2008 - Report this comment
FU! MCDONALDS IS FN AWESOME! GO DIE!!!!!!!!!!!!
National Geographic - December 01, 2008 - Report this comment
What about the Big Mac song? AuthSpot > Rap Big Mac Rap by Isacneo1, Apr 4, 2007 A big mac freestyle. I need a double cheeseburger and hold the lettuce Don't be frontin' son No seeds on the bun We be up in this drive-thru ...order for two I gots a cravin' for a number nine ...like my shoe We need some chicken up in here ...in this dizzle For rizzle my mizzle Extra salt on the frizzle Dr. Peppa my brotha Anotha for your motha Double double super-size and don't forget the fries
leia - December 12, 2008 - Report this comment
dat is tight i wanna know if u can make a nother one
tony - March 21, 2009 - Report this comment
keep tryin
chris - May 27, 2009 - Report this comment
you probably love mcdonalds.....
Shadow - May 30, 2009 - Report this comment
McDonalds is awsome.Who ever doesn't like McDonalds is dumb
Julia - July 19, 2009 - Report this comment
I need a double cheeseburger and hold the lettuce Don't be frontin' son No seeds on the bun We be up in this drive-thru ...order for two I gots a cravin' for a number nine ...like my shoe We need some chicken up in here ...in this dizzle For rizzle my mizzle Extra salt on the frizzle Dr. Peppa my brotha Anotha for your motha Double double super-size and don't forget the fries...word!
richard - September 28, 2010 - Report this comment
that song suck dick
Stop the Nutrition Police Now! - September 28, 2010 - Report this comment
I remember that jingle too. Remember the TV ad where some kid rattles off the chant with the words in BACKWARDS sequence? Then some bewildered adult said, "That's impossible!". I love good burger joints (incl. McD's) and your parody is good too. One clitch BTW: this "child obesity epidemic" is a brainwash pile of bull that gets shovelled on the American public everyday. Granted, too much fast food is harmful but too much of anything is bad for you. Cheers.
mctwaddle - December 12, 2010 - Report this comment
Don't give up your day job.....................lol
Jack Sprat - February 11, 2011 - Report this comment
I really found it funny that one person was criticizing another person's spelling while, at the same time, making several spelling errors himself/herself as follows: "i just got back from mac donalds and they should force employee's to know this little jingle. both big mac's were with out cheese. oh and lettuce and sauce are spelled wrong! two all beef patties / special sauce / lettuce / cheese / pickles / onions / on a sesame seed bun". Firstly, sentences should start with a capital letter, Therefore, "i" should be "I" and "both" should be "Both". Secondly, "mac donalds" should be one word and should be capitalized. Next, "employee's" and "mac's" are plural words - not possesive words - and, as such, should not have an appostrophe. Also, "big mac's" is a proper noun and should be capitalized, ie. "employees" and "Big Macs". Next, "with out" should be one word, ie. "without". Next, "all beef" should be one hypenated word, ie. "all-beef". Lastly, "oh" and "and" should not be used together. If "oh" is to be used, it should be capitalized because it comes at the start of a sentence. It should be followed by a comma. In this case, instead of using "and", one should use something like "By the way" or "incidentally". I do, however, give him/her credit for not writing "spelt". :-)

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