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Song Parodies -> "Rocky Road McDonald's 4: The Crackdown"

Original Song Title:

"Rock and Roll McDonald's"

Original Performer:

Wesley Willis

Parody Song Title:

"Rocky Road McDonald's 4: The Crackdown"

Parody Written by:

Dylan Baranski

The Lyrics

For those who are not familiar with the saga of Rocky Road McDonald's, start here. For those who DKTOS, go here. Otherwise, enjoy the parody!
McDonald’s is a drug-free zone.
It has no need for that stuff anyways.
It serves some wicked good rocky road ice cream.
People flock here to get high off of that.

Rocky Road McDonald’s. [x4]

McDonald’s needs no tinfoil hat.
They serve Big Macs.
They serve Quarter Pounders.
But it’s the rocky road ice cream you want.

Rocky Road McDonald’s. [x4]


McDonald’s ice cream will live on.
It is better than Burger King hot dogs.
A gallon of rocky road ice cream has no drugs.
But you will get high off of it anyways.

Rocky Road McDonald’s. [x4]

Rock over Lincoln,
Rock on, Chepachet.
Subway: Eat fresh.
Copyright 2017 by Dylan Baranski GmbH S.p.A. Inc. Misuse is punishable by...a sandwich?

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Rob Arndt - March 24, 2017 - Report this comment
Truly bizarre! 555!

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