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Song Parodies -> "I'm A Big Eater"

Original Song Title:

"I'm A Believer"

Original Performer:

The Monkees

Parody Song Title:

"I'm A Big Eater"

Parody Written by:

Daniel L

The Lyrics

For all those who love Weird al's songs about food.
I woke up very early to eat breakfast.
Wanted to have something good to eat.
Mom made me some hash browns and a pancake treat.
I ate a coffee cake that tasted sweet.

Than I saw mom faint.
I'm a big eater.
Not a crumb.
Left from meal time.
I'm all full.
Yum, I'm a big eater and a mouth feeder when I dine.

Verse 2:
For lunch I made myself a big sandwhich.
Filled it up with 5 layers of spam.
I filled it up with cheese, And alot of ham.
I used up all the mustard in the can.

{Repeat Chorus]

Verse 3:
Late that night at dinner.
All the food was great.
Ate it all and left an empty plate.

[Repeat Chorus few times and fade out]

Sounds tasty.

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