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Song Parodies -> "Mousse"

Original Song Title:

"Deuce"

Original Performer:

Kiss

Parody Song Title:

"Mousse"

Parody Written by:

Chris Caillouet

The Lyrics

Sit up!
The waiter’s heading over here
Hold up!
I see the dessert cart is near
And baby
Each is big enough for two!

Waiter, if you wouldn’t mind
And waiter, if you’d be so kind
Before you tally up our bill
We’d like some mousse

Honey!
It’s not a blob as it appears
See, baby?
There are two hemispheres
Sweetie!
One for me and one for you
Perfect!

Baby, if you’ve got some room
There’s something else we should consume
’Cuz like a Rocky rodent will
I love my mousse

And baby, if you’re feeling rough
Yes baby if you’ve had enough
You know your man is hungry still

MOUSSE!!!

Song 7 of 9 in a food-themed parody of Kiss’ debut album:

1. Butter (Strutter)
2. Charleston Chews (Nothin’ To Lose)
3. Waffle House (Firehouse)
4. Ice Cream (Cold Gin)
5. Cookie Dough (Let Me Know)
6. Chicken Time (Kissin’ Time)
7. Mousse (Deuce)
8. 100 Weight Watchiers (100,000 Years)
9. Red Velvet (Black Diamond)

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