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Song Parodies -> "Sonnet for Syrup"

Original Song Title:

"Sonnet 18"

Original Performer:

Shakespeare

Parody Song Title:

"Sonnet for Syrup"

Parody Written by:

Kirk Letterman

The Lyrics

Shall I compare thee to a healthy way?
Thou art more lovely, more ingestible
Fluff whims do wait for perfect pour ballet,
And salad leaves are not digestible
Sometimes you're hot, the goo of goodness shines,
And often will your gold complexion drip;
With every taste I taste my morn refines,
The sweet, a drizz'ling ling'ring course for lip;
But thy eternal glimmer shall not fade,
Nor lose stickiness to my fork I know’st,
Nor shall dentist's brow furrow thwart thy aid,
Though my infernal cavities will grow'st.
So long as pancakes breathe in butter sea,
So long lives syrup, who gives life to me.

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