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Song Parodies -> "Milkshake I Drink Off of You"

Original Song Title:

"Can't Take My Eyes Off of You"

Original Performer:

Frankie Valli

Parody Song Title:

"Milkshake I Drink Off of You"

Parody Written by:

Michael Pacholek

The Lyrics

As sung at the malt shop on Mount Prospect Avenue in Newark, back when they still had malt shops in Newark.
(instrumental opening)

It tastes too good to be true.
Milkshake I drink off of you.
It feels like heaven on tongue.
That's why I'm singing this song.
You thought dessert had arrived.
Not as long as I'm alive.
It tastes too good to be true.
Milkshake I drink off of you.

Pardon the way that I slurp
and the ensuing large burp.
You watch me drink and get weak.
There are no words you could speak.
I know the hunger you feel.
But you don't know I'm for real.
It tastes too good to be true.
Milkshake I drink off of you.

(instrumental break)

I drink it, baby!
It drink it up! It's mine, not yours, baby!
Now that I've found it, I drink it, baby!
Can't stop me, and I say...

I drink it, baby!
I drink it down right here, silly baby!
It's mine, all mine, you fear!
And I will drink it, baby, I will drink it...

It tastes too good to be true.
Milkshake I drink off of you.
It feels like heaven on tongue.
That's why I'm singing this song.
You thought dessert had arrived.
Not as long as I'm alive.
It tastes too good to be true.
Milkshake I drink off of you.

(instrumental break)

I drink it, baby!
It drink it up! It's mine, not yours, baby!
Now that I've found it, I drink it, baby!
Can't stop me, and I say...

I drink it, baby!
I drink it down right here, silly baby!
It's mine, all mine, you fear!
I drink it, baby!
Can't stop me, and I say...

(instrumental break)

I drink it, baby!
It drink it up! It's mine, not yours, baby!
Now that I've found it, I drink it, baby!
Can't stop me, and I say...

I drink it, baby!
I drink it down right here, silly baby!
It's mine, all mine, you fear!
I drink it, baby!
Can't stop me, and I say...

(repeat 'til fade)
Actually, Frankie Valli played Rusty Milio on "The Sopranos," whose final scene was filmed at Holsten's in Bloomfield, next door to Newark, and it's actually not a diner. It's an ice cream parlor. And it's got a milkshake that'll bring all da boys to da yard.

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John Barry - February 19, 2008 - Report this comment
Your glass runneth over.
Stan Hall - February 19, 2008 - Report this comment
Obviously, if MP has aught to say, there will be milk. :-)
Guy - February 20, 2008 - Report this comment
Got Milk? COWabunga - Obviously you did this day with two on the milk (shake) theme. Well done Michael. Trivia - Bovines in Japan are called COWasakis.
littleCupCakes - February 20, 2008 - Report this comment
I'll take it - I'll drink it down - I' love it - I'll drink it- haven't had one since 06!! They give me such a fixx. I'll do the Daniel Day-Lewis trick!

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