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Song Parodies -> "Escargot"

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Lionel Mertens

The Lyrics

Pardon my French.

Monsieur Frenche - loves a snail dinner
Monsieur Frenche - ain’t gettin’ no thinner

{Haughty French Ha Sounds}
Haah haah haah haah haah…
Aah haah hah ha ha…

Escargot - tastes a little slimy
Escargot - is not for Hyme

Haah haah haah haah haah…
Aah haah hah ha ha…

Escargot - Pick out that shell, now
Escargot - Just get past the smell, now

Haah haah haah haah haah…
Aah haah hah ha ha…

Escargot - might make you gassy
Escargot - Has ‘airs’ of class

Take a little chance
Taste a bit of France
Split your ruffled pant’s with these

Take a nervous seat
There‘s your service… EAT!
And Bon Appétit Amis!

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Pacing: 5.0
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Overall Rating: 5.0

Total Votes: 2

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Meriadoc - September 08, 2012 - Report this comment
Tres bon! Mais l'escargot a seulement l'odeur de beurre; c'est delicioux!

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