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Song Parodies -> "The Kitchen"

Original Song Title:

"In My Kitchen"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"The Kitchen"

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The Lyrics

I heard this somewhere, can't remember where (probably in a pub, somewhere - a group of us wrote different parts to it , and put it together when we had sobered up)
In the Kitchen
There's a drawer at the top
It's got cutlery,Knives,forks, spoons -- the lot

Second drawer down
Got the big knife and a egg slice
Things that should go in the first one,
but don't fit

And the third drawer down from the top is
Just full of s**t

There's an elastic band and cigarette papers, that almost don't stick
Dry blue, false teeth, something
Stolen from a hotel
Things are broken, that you know you'll
Never fix

You put them in the Third drawer
Because you haven't the heart to throw them away
And the Third drawer down from the top
Is full o' s**t

And there's tons of it
(It just rhymes well with s**t)
There's blu-tack and sellotape
That's come unstuck
One chopstick and an old ashtray

Lightbulbs and envelopes
Things you think will come in handy
But never do
And the third drawer from the top
Is full o' s**t

And the Fourth drawer down from the top
It's got plastic bags in it.........

That's it!!!
Mostly spoken, but you will most likely break into song when reading this

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