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Song Parodies -> "Halve a Swell, Very Delicious Chicken"

Original Song Title:

"Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas"

Original Performer:

Various Artists

Parody Song Title:

"Halve a Swell, Very Delicious Chicken"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

Hatch yourself a hairless little chicklet
from an egg that’s white.
Later on, from it you’ll take many a bite.

Hatch yourself a hairless little chicklet
for that food-tide day.
Later on, it will be part of a buffet.

Cheered you’ll be as you gorge away
and you forge a way through more.
Ate-full friends cheerfully degust
and beer-fully gut bust, then snore.

One day soon, you’ll be plucking out feathers
from hide unlike cow.
Pull cooked bird apart; you’ll need a napkin now.
You’ve halved that swell, very delicious chicken chow.

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