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Song Parodies -> "Tons Of Food Tonight"

Original Song Title:

"Wonderful Tonight"

Original Performer:

Eric Clapton

Parody Song Title:

"Tons Of Food Tonight"

Parody Written by:

Bob Gomez

The Lyrics

God, I love potlucks.
(dreamy guitar riff)

My wife gets invited
To some fancy wine and cheese
She says "Hurry up, Bob!
And stop writing parodies!!!"
And then I ask her,
"Do you think I might...?"
And she says, "Bob,
There'll be tons of food tonight...."

(dreamy guitar riff)

We get to the party--
Man, what a humongous spread!
Lasagna in mountains!!
And acres of garlic bread!!!
She gives her signal,
And that's my green light--
And I say, "Babe,
I'll eat tons of food tonight...."

(dreamy guitar solo)

I'll eat tons of food because it's free
Like download mp3's--
And I'll stuff my pockets full
And take home more diced cheese
Than you can imagine....

I'm packin' it in now,
The butler shows me the door--
But I'm still busy feeding!!!
He ends up on the floor--
They call the cops and
I take one final bite;
My wife says, "Bobby,
You ate tons of food, all right!"
And I say , "Yes,
I ate tons of food tonight!"

(dreamy sirens screaming)
ęBob "Never Refuse Free Food" Gomez 2004

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Jack Wilson - May 03, 2004 - Report this comment
Great job! LOL! 555!
Jeff Reuben - May 03, 2004 - Report this comment
Obviously I love the "stop writing parodies" line.
Billy Florio - May 03, 2004 - Report this comment
Excellent Bob!
Johnny D - May 04, 2004 - Report this comment
Speaking with one raised eyebrow and a Mike-Myers-Dieter-like German accent: "Delicious."
Bob Gomez - May 04, 2004 - Report this comment
Jack: thanks, man, glad you enjoyed it, hope it improves the appetite like it did mine. Jeff: from earlier comments of yours, I sort of knew you would, but thanks for letting me know. Billy: F-L-O-R-I-O!!! How are you, man? Did you get through that civics class or whatever you were taking? Johnny D: is that really how to spell Dieter? Funny coincidence. "I want you to touch the parody. I want you to stroke the parody, love the parody." He-he! d;:^)
Johnny D - May 04, 2004 - Report this comment
Ja, Herr Gomez, "Dieter" is indeed the correct spelling.

Some Dieter quotes:

"Vhy is it that the truly brilliant are doomed to a life of obscurity, surrounded by a sea of mediocrity, only to end up covered in sores in a pool of their own filth? Oh vell, the beat goes on."

"Vould you like to touch my monkey? Touch him! Love him! Liebe meine abst-monkey!!"

"Gregor Was, your presence intimidates me to the point of humiliation. Would you care to strike me?"

"Genius! By seemingly embracing the cliches of the vest, he is underscoring its excruciating banality."

"In your film Irritant Number Four, the only images were that of a baby's head and a toilet. Did you mean for me to scream?"

"I'm happy as a little GIIIIIRL."

"You plug your show with the subtilty of a flying mallet."

"Your agony is gorgeous."

"Textures intrigue me."

"Your story has grown tiresome."

"A fat man and a shprinkler are soon together."----Old Bavarian adage

"Yes, Ve are doomed and I am filled with remorse, and it is most delicious."

"Sadly, Klaus is limited. But he is beautiful, is he not?"

At Dieter's Dance Party , in response to a record being rated -3 on a scale of 1 to 14, Dieter says, "Sadly, there are no integers on this scale, so your gangly adolescent attempt to be clever has proved futile."

"You are beautiful and angular."

"You disturb me to the point of insanity. There. I am insane now."

"Now is the time on Sprockets vhen ve dance."

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