Reprinted from Songworm 2

Parody of “Breeze”, words by Rilla Heslin , music by Donna Banzhof

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Parody lyrics ©1990-03-10 by Bob Kanefsky. All rights reserved. The copyright of the original lyrics and music remain with the holder(s) of the original copyright.

Some temptations no one can resist, even after we’ve been warned of their dark side...

Cookies made of fine white flour,
Egg yolks and powdered sugar,
Fresh creamery butter   lots and lots of it.
They melt on your palate, dainty, crisp, and light.

Don’t savor them slowly; I’ve got a lot more of them,
Just waiting to be devoured,
These cookies of mine that once you’ve tasted
You’ll want a dozen more.

Have some now!  Plenty still left for all.
Low in fiber, high in cholesterol.
Have some grease!  Have some grease!

Just a hint of clover honey.
It’s bursting with maple syrup,
Which all makes such silky batter
I sometimes have them raw.

When you get home, you’ll no longer eat right.
Wholesomer foods won’t stir your appetite:
Hooked on dessert that goes straight to your thighs.

Don’t push, now!  Plenty still left for all.
Careful, now!  It’s high in cholesterol.
Have some grease!  Have some grease!
Have some grease!  Mmmm!  Have some...

Greasssse!  Heh, heh, heh!