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Original Song Title:

"The Seven Seas Of Rhye"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"When Will The Chef Arrive?"

Parody Written by:

John Spoof

The Lyrics

Fear me you waitresses and waiters, I demand good service from you guys
I have brought my pals to dine, but I ask now
When will the chef arrive?

Can you hear my order as I choose food
I sit before you to eat a little bit
I will feast with my relatives all night
I want to know now, when will the chef arrive?

Manager I ask you this, why don't I get service
I will tip fifteen percent but I'm getting mad now

Storm into the kitchen as I go
Then I search for the chef, where's the chef where's the chef
Then I'll scream at him and shout loud

Lets leave all my guests and family
This restaurant doesn't serve their customers
I insist that we have dinner at the fast food
And I still wanna know
When will that chef arrive?

"Oh I do like to be served well
Oh I do like to be served well
I'm tired of this now lets all go to Wendy's"

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