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Song Parodies -> "I Got A Pot Of Chocolate For Christmas"

Original Song Title:

"I Want A Hippopotamus For Christmas"

Original Performer:

Gayla Peevey

Parody Song Title:

"I Got A Pot Of Chocolate For Christmas"

Parody Written by:

Phil Alexander

The Lyrics

Not based on a true story, I'm sad to say...
I got a pot of chocolate for Christmas
A great big pile, thirty inches high
Such a lovely treat - all milky brown and sweet
But such a lot of chocolate will take me years to eat

A lot, a glut of chocolate for Christmas
Contains a giga-calorie or two
Though none will go to waste - I can't resist the taste
I'll see you p'raps next year when I've stopped stuffing my face

You should see me there on Christmas morning
Eating up my share
Feels like I've had a ton
But when I work out what has gone
It's more than ninety-nine percent still there

A sod-of-a-lot of chocolate for Christmas
A chocoholic's wet dream, yes it's true
One minor "but" and it's a face that's full of zits
They're breaking out all over just like London in the Blitz
Those bloody chocolates will get me, too

Mom says I shouldn't eat all the chockies all alone
But I says that mummy should GO AND BUY HER OWN

And as I eat, I still can't find the end of the extent, a
Nougatine, a coffee cream, yes every kind of centre

I can see me by next Christmas morning,
Flopping down the stairs
Feeling absolutely great
If a trifle overweight
To see another crate a-standing there

I want a lot of chocolate for Christmas
Sev'ral dozen hundredweight will do
But make-up can't erase the craters on my face
I'm looking like a hippo, but don't you get on my case
I'll eat up all the next choc'late box too.

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Pacing: 5.0
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Total Votes: 5

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Kristof Robertson - December 27, 2006 - Report this comment
A lovely job spoofing one of Yuletide's silliest songs. Choctastic! 555
Jack Wilson - December 27, 2006 - Report this comment
Awesome job! 555
alvin rhodes - December 27, 2006 - Report this comment
wow, i woulda been happy with just the pot..........5s
Phil Alexander - December 27, 2006 - Report this comment
K - yes, it is about as silly as they get (I will admit to not knowing the OS very well - this was done with a copy of the lyrics and the memory of Chelsi Stahr's voice ;-) )
Thanks, Jack
Alvin - :-) But it'd never get finished:
I got a shocking hit of pot for Christmas
T'was in a reefer fourteen inches long
I took a little hit
It was such heinous s**t
That... how does this song go again? Oh, great: Mars bars!
Yoidy - December 27, 2006 - Report this comment
Send that kid to Wonkaland! 555
Jack Wilson - December 27, 2006 - Report this comment
Wonkaland? Hmm ' Its ok I understand/Its more than Willy Wonkaland/Take the pot, yes we will/Make it chocolate size/ Chocolate, Im still buyin/Oh yeah, need some more for tryin/Need some pronto!/The M&Ms have all been sold/My stomach's full of chocolate oh!/ Im too big to fit throu7gh the door/ Yum yum yum yum yum yum yum
PMS - December 28, 2006 - Report this comment
A huge improvement over the OS! 555 calorie treat

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