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Song Parodies -> "Breakfast"

Original Song Title:

"Midnight Blue"

Original Performer:

Melissa Manchester

Parody Song Title:


Parody Written by:

Malcolm Higgins

The Lyrics

greasy back bacon on Kaisers up here.. and seal grits and collard greens in Canada, y'know
whatever you've got in the fridge for the morning
haven't we both got better things for food, yes we do...
always eat frosties but I feel rough,
what have you got not tough?
cause I think I need bacon,
cooked in slime,
not too dry
one more time before our health dies
for all the crap you have made just to feed me
feeding me now is something I could use or we're through
wouldn't you give your ham to a friend?
the middle bit, not the end..

and I think we need bacon, eggs on side
deeply fried..
drain the slime to cook the next time, it turns blue..
and I think we need bacon, yes, some fresh new back bacon
wouldn't you give some ham to a friend?
think of me, you eat the end..
and I think we need bacon, cooked with fries,
use that slime to cook the next time

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Wild Man - June 04, 2003 - Report this comment
Your Hot today, Malky
wellfm - March 01, 2005 - Report this comment
Outstanding! But watch out. I submitted my "Midnight Blue" parody (written in '91) yesterday.

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