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Song Parodies -> "Breakfast I Love"

Original Song Title:

"Chapel Of Love"

Original Performer:

The Dixie Cups

Parody Song Title:

"Breakfast I Love"

Parody Written by:

annie gardner

The Lyrics

(Chorus):
Pourin' some cereal and they're
Gonna get daried
Pourin' some cereal and they're
Gonna get daried
There, is a crackle you hear
Once they are daried
Pourin' out some breakfast I love

Juice is here, the cup is blue
Whoa, Think some bird smells a Fruit Loo
Today some way I'll say, I'm through
And I'll never be hungry anymore
Because I'm

Chorus

Spoon will ding, The sun will shine
Yes! and the prize will be all mine
I'll play until the end of time
And I'll never be hungry anymore
Because I'm

Chorus

Snap crackle pop
Pourin' some cereal I love
(repeat and fade out)

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