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Song Parodies -> "What's In My Pie"

Original Song Title:

"Thunder & Rainbows"

Original Performer:

Martyn Joseph

Parody Song Title:

"What's In My Pie"

Parody Written by:

Daryl P Hall & Kelly L Brown

The Lyrics

A comical homage to a great artist
What’s In my Pie (Thunder and Rainbows Parody)

Verse 1
There’s roast beef and lamb
With marmite and jam
Don’t forget sprouts
Can’t leave them out
Sunny delight
Milkshake and sprite
Choc' late and cheese
Carrots and peas

Verse 2
Roast pork and steak
Trifle and cake
Sausage and mash
Then corned beef hash
Haddock and bream
Peaches and cream
Otter and mole
Toad in the hole

All these ingredients
Go in my pies
I’m built like a mountain
Look at my size
I went to my doctor and
He asked me why
Do I eat everything?
From the same pie
Ie Ie

Verse 3
Tomatoes so red
Loads of brown bread
Guinness and wine
Champagne so fine
Mushrooms in sauce
Ketchup of course
Glasses of pop
Cherry on top

Chorus repeat

Words by Kelly Brown & Daryl P Hall

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