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Song Parodies -> "Red Velvet"

Original Song Title:

"Black Diamond"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Red Velvet"

Parody Written by:

Chris Caillouet

The Lyrics

Baking my cakes for a living
Icing’s half of the fun
Gonna make ’em say, “Yumm!”

Eat it!

Baking those cakes for a living
Selling every last one
Like apples red and delicious
Gonna make ’em say, “Yumm!”

Whoo, red velvet
Whoo, red velvet

Sweetness will blanket the city
I’ll paint the town all red too
And like a cute cuddly kitty
You’ll beg for more with a mew, mew mew

Whoo, red velvet
Whoo, red velvet

[velvety guitar solo]

Making their cakes for a living
Beeting up every one
Fulfilling their dreams and wishes
Gonna make ’em say, “Yumm!”

Whoo, red velvet, yeah
Whoo, red velvet

[an instrumental outro so long you’ll be seeing red]

Song 9 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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