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Song Parodies -> "Carvel's"

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The Beatles

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Parody Written by:

Dan Creeden

The Lyrics

The Fab Food Four continue.
Have you ever been to Carvel's
In the summer time
When it's hot, there's lots of people
And a big, long time
Always ordering delicious ice cream

Making ice cream since the 30's
A place not to miss
At Carvel's you can have your choice
Soft serve or hand dipped
Waffle, sugar, or plain
You choose your own cone

If you want that great taste for real
They have something there that's for you
An ice cream cake they have for sale
You should buy a Fudgie the Whale

Everywhere there's lots of Carvel's
Selling ice cream cones
With a coupon it'll taste better
Go online or phone
Sorry got to go, meet you at Carvel's

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Old Man Ribber - April 07, 2010 - Report this comment
Sweet! ;D
Phil N - April 07, 2010 - Report this comment
This indeed was a freezingly cool parody! 5's

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