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VERSE 1:Come on over, let's eat Cool Whip
Ahhhh haaaaaaa
Overeat it with chocolate chips
Ahhhh haaaaaaa
Come on over for chips and dip
Ahhhh haaaaaaa
I'm eatin' so much, it makes me sick
Ahhhh haaaaaaa

(Eat it, eat it) Eat me outta me
(Eat it, eat it) Eat me outta me
(Eat it, eat it) Eat me outta me
(Eat it, eat it) Eat me outta me

VERSE 2: (same as verse 1)

VERSE 3: Food keeps cloggin' the arteries in my heart (9x)

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Adam Zen B - October 22, 2007 - Report this comment
Ever heard this one?
Tommy Turtle - October 22, 2007 - Report this comment
What Adam Zen B said: it's been done. Essentially only five lines here -- perhaps in the future could write complete verses with original lines each time?
Andria - October 22, 2007 - Report this comment
I wrote my own "Junk Food Junkie" song, but it is based on an obscure 1990s country song called "Jukebox Junkie" by Ken Melons. Should I submit it to AmIRight?
TT - October 23, 2007 - Report this comment
So long as you have a lot of original lines, why not? Put a link to the OS, since it's obscure, and perhaps acknowledge the "novelty-cult" song Adam cited. My problem with Spencer's was that there really wasn't much in the way of new lines and jokes -- not enough for a whole parody, more like a fragment. He could expand this and make it into a full parody.

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