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Song Parodies -> "Baking Gorgeous Buns"

Original Song Title:

"Waiting for the Sun"

Original Performer:

Doors

Parody Song Title:

"Baking Gorgeous Buns"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

One of my parodies of the 11 songs on the "Morrison Hotel" album.
At last we’ll be eatin’
and taste delicacies—
stand clear, please, of oven door.

Baking gorgeous buns [3x]

You can eat them
when main course is done.
The oven has made rise once-batter buns.

Baking gorgeous buns [4x]

Baking [8x]

Baking for you won’t take too long,
baking for you will come along,
baking for you won’t take too long,
baking imbues a smell pleasantly strong.

I love the baking life here in my home
Yesssssl!!

Time to eat them;
the main course is done.
Let the butter drip over massive buns.

Tasting gorgeous buns [3x]
Tasty! Gorge on buns.

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