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Song Parodies -> "At the Trough"

Original Song Title:

"At the Cross"

Original Performer:

Old Gospel Song

Parody Song Title:

"At the Trough"

Parody Written by:

Bryant Oldham

The Lyrics

At The Trough (At the Cross)

1. Alas, and did my soul feel faint, and did my stomach growl;
I got right up and hauled my ass straight to Golden Corral.
At the trough, at the trough, oh excess and delight!
Where the buttons on my pants blew away,
It was there by gluttony I stuffed my face,
And lived to eat another day.

2. Was it for french fries I had scarfed He groaned upon the tree?
Amazing catfish by the ton and pie beyond degree!

3. Well might the sun in darkness hide from all I shoveled in,
The piles of okra, chicken fried: am fat, but once was thin.

4. Thus might I hide my blushing face when lunchtime doth appear,
Dissolve my heart in thankfulness, now bring my ass more beer!

5. A million carbs can ne’er delay the next plateful I stow,
Dear Lord, please pass the barbecue, and let the lipids flow!

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