I never seem to finish all my food So I always gets doggy bag from the waiter So I just keep what's still unchewed And I take it home, save it for later
But then I deal with fungal rot, bacterial formation Microbes, enzymes, mould and oxidation I don't care, I've got a secret trick up my sleeve I never bother with baggies, glass jars, tupperware containers Plastic cling wrap, really a no-brainer I just like to keep all my flavours sealed in tight
With aluminum foil (foil) Never settle for less That kind of wrap is just the best To keep your sandwich nice and fresh Stick it in your cooler (cooler) Eat it when you're ready But maybe you'll choose (you'll choose, you'll choose, you'll choose) A refreshing herbal tea
Oh, by the way, I've cracked the code I've figured out these shadow organizations And the Illuminati know That they're finally primed for world domination
And soon you've got black helicopters comin' cross the border Puppet masters for the New World Order Be aware: there's always someone that's watching you And still the government won't admit they faked the whole moon landing Thought control rays, psychotronic scanning Don't mind that, I'm protected cause I made this hat
From aluminum foil (foil) Wear a hat that's foil lined In case an alien's inclined To probe your butt or read your mind Looks a bit peculiar ('culiar) Seems a little crazy But someday I'll prove (I'll prove, I'll prove, I'll prove) There's a big conspiracy
Writer/s: Alfred Matthew Yankovic, Ella Marija Lani Yelich O'Connor, Joel Little
Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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Edge from Undisclosed - Top SecretHis parodies are top notch and unmatched. However, I truly wonder if there’s a hidden message within this in some way shape or form. Maybe it was his way of calling out who we needed to in the elite world
Shandroise De Laeken from Davao City, PhilippinesThis song is soooo funny!!! a-hahahahaha!! Weird Al is a genius!!
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