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Song Parodies -> "Bacon Time"

Original Song Title:

"Sugar Time"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

The McGuire sisters

Parody Song Title:

"Bacon Time"

Parody Written by:

Nan Patrick

The Lyrics

I love bacon so I call this Bacon time ------------------------------ ------------------------------
Bacon in the morning.
Bacon in the evening.
Bacon at suppertime.

Fry me lots of bacon and
I'll eat it all the time.

Sizzling in the morning.
Sizzling in the evening.
Sizzling at suppertime.

Fry it nice and crispy and I'll munch it all the time.

Bacon in a sandwich
Bacon in a salad
Bacon in everything.

Bacon is delicious and I love it all the time.

I said bacon is delicious and I love it all the time.

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Overall Rating: 4.0

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