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Song Parodies -> "It’s Me Carbs"

Original Song Title:

"Ferry, Cross The Mersey"

Original Performer:

Gerry & The Pacemakers

Parody Song Title:

"It’s Me Carbs"

Parody Written by:

Jonathan Spurlock

The Lyrics

The dietitian I've been seeing got a good laugh out of this parody. Here's hoping you do as well.
Meals—I get three, every day;
Plates—filled with good things, I’ll say!

They tell me, it’s not healthy,
But I love what’s fixed for me,
Yet it’s me carbs. . . .

News—you can find ev’rywhere
Lots—of good stuff to compare

So tell me, what is healthy,
“Cos this food is what I love,
But it’s me carbs!

I stop and read every number,
And see what’s there on display--
But when I see every carb that’s there,
I’ll just look on in dismay!

Now—I’ll continue to read
And—all the info, I’ll heed:

So tell me, what is healthy,
Cause some pounds I need to lose
And off they'll stay
And off they'll stay
Off they'll stay

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