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Song Parodies -> "Fat Fast"

Original Song Title:

"At Last"

Original Performer:

Etta James

Parody Song Title:

"Fat Fast"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

Fat fast: light lunch will come along;
My porcine ways are over,
My will power is strong.

Oh yeah, fat fast
The pies I love. . .eschew!
My heart’ not taxed; I’m a rover—
Food bites are slight and few.

No pound cake, cream; I now eat leek stew,
Leeks steamed, the butter left alone.
I’ve found I’m ill ingesting Greek stew
That’s filled with lipid-mill hambone.

Oh yeah, them food piles, food piles,
Oh, can make a swell repast.
Then in I start; it’s tempting,
Pork out. . .a swine.
Fat! Fast!!

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Phil N - April 22, 2010 - Report this comment
Opa, what a parody!
MadamedeWilt - April 22, 2010 - Report this comment
I love Msetta's signature Tune, Captain Jack . . . but I know about your "willPower"; it doth wilt like a Flower . . .
John Barry - April 22, 2010 - Report this comment
Thanks, Phil, Madame.

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