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Song Parodies -> "Breakfast at Denny's"

Original Song Title:

"Breakfast at Tiffany's"

Original Performer:

Deep Blue Something

Parody Song Title:

"Breakfast at Denny's"

Parody Written by:

Charlene Lipkus

The Lyrics

I think more people can relate to this song that "Breakfast at Tiffany's." After all, EVERYONE eats at Denny's.
That time when
We came home on the thruway
We had been driving all day
And into the night
And you got a rumble in your tummy
You said that you felt hungry
Said "Let's get a bite"

And I said, "What about
Breakfast at Denny's?"
And you said, "Yeah, I remember that time
And if I recall I got the Grand Slam Special..."
And I said, "Yeah that's the same thing I got."

Then you said, "It's not even 5 a.m.
Where can we go to eat then?
The sun's still not up."
A stucco building with fake flowers
Said "Open 24 hours"
And so I pulled up

Repeat Chorus:

A stucco building with fake flowers
Said "Open 24 hours"
And so I pulled up
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