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Song Parodies -> "Leavened Dough"

Original Song Title:

"Let It Snow"

Original Performer:

Dean Martin

Parody Song Title:

"Leavened Dough"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

So, of techniques for baking I’m full;
of one I’m especially mindful:
For the bread to rise and grow—
leavened dough, leavened dough, leavened dough.

The mass will not be overtopping
the pan, unless in it you’re popping
yeast to make the feast a go.
Leavened dough, leavened dough, leavened dough!

Now I believe I’ve got things right:
The oven’s on preheat to get warm.
It’s emitting a pleasant light…
the dough will enlarge in form.

Now the mass has started rising;
my spouse had been criticizing
my skills, but I plead: “Please stow
wretched jokes that you spoke. Let it go!”

Oops! It seems that things aren’t quite right.
Yes, measuring wasn’t true to form
The mass is attaining great height—
I sense an impending storm.

Whoa! the dough is too high rising,
and it is way oversizing.
I yell dear, “We had better go!”
Leavened dough’s measured faux. Then it blows!!

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