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Song Parodies -> "Grillin'"

Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

The Young Rascals

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Parody Written by:

Peter Matthew Sabia

The Lyrics

I recieved a gift from Omaha steaks Company on 64th birthday.

Grillin’ on a sunday afternoon, Chillin’ with my favorite oldies tune
Last night I got a delivery, from the Omaha Steaks Company
When I opened it I said OMG

Now I’m cookin, outside on my barbeque, And lookin’ at all the steak and pork chops too
I also got this cool apron to wear, with the neatest saying on it I swear
That aint burnt, that’s flavor

Grillin’ thanks to my friends and wife, Thrillin’ to have them in my life, yea, yea, yea, yea

( Instrumental Break)

To all of you please let me say, thank you for makin’ my birthday, one that special in every way
This has turned out to be, one heck of a memory

Grillin’ on a sunday afternoon, Willin’ to turn sixty-four real soon

Yea, yea, yea, yea, yea

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