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Song Parodies -> "How Sweet to Taste"

Original Song Title:

"How Sweet It Is"

Original Performer:

James Taylor

Parody Song Title:

"How Sweet to Taste"

Parody Written by:

Pauly Gerard

The Lyrics

Performed by a young girl soon to be age progressed.
Chorus~How Sweet to Taste some shiny Pancake goo 2×

I needed something to make my breakfast great,
There she was,
It had to be something buttery before it's too late,
I wanna be her because
Her plasma's so rich and delicious,
Better giddy than vicious,
I have to eat my flapjacks,
The syrup bottle give out feedback, after all..
Chorus 2x

And now some wrinkles on my face start to become legit,
I'm getting older and fatter, though I'm shrinking a bit,
The feeling of my feet is about to disappear,
My head has a yellow cap and my body is clear,
I'm a stout senior though I can't help but smile,
Since my thick product's taking its time on that pancake pile,
I felt a dress has a button,
I'm full of sweet brown glop...& that's something, you see with it...

More artificial than honey

During the saxophone solo, the kid-turned-senior citizen mascot gave some flowery giggles, knowing she's changing back. For instance, her black hair gathered up and grew into a bun that might be small to us, but to her, it's the size and shape of a freshly cooked biscuit you fit into your hand. An equally clear apron tightly tied around her two inch waist with the front showing her name: Mrs. Butterworth.

My syrup's so buttery, that's how my name spells,
You can find me on the supermarket sauce shelf,
You'll truly love...What's in the bottle,
No need to shove...or go full throttle, ah yes...

Chorus 2x
On waffles and French toast too.
Don't sing with your mouth full, young lady.

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