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Song Parodies -> "Yeast That Gives Rise To Bun"

Original Song Title:

"The House Of The Rising Sun"

Original Performer:

The Animals

Parody Song Title:

"Yeast That Gives Rise To Bun"

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The Lyrics

There’s a fungus in bakeries
That makes the rise in bun
And it is the leave n many a bakings
In types this is just one

My mother is a baker
She brings home sweets and things
My father is a hose salesman
Downin Jubilees

Now it’s off to work my father leaves
Hose samples in his trunk
But the only time he's satisfied
Is when he’s drank and drunk

------ organ solo ------

The first step Respiration
Start to mass then step 1 done
Fermentation yeast is activity
Consuming sugar one by one

Well, I climbed up jumped of platform
Now done swimming drip like rain
Dry up and change to drier clothes
Infection I might gain

There’s a fungus in bakeries
That makes the rise in bun
And it is the leave n many a bakings
Other types told you some

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