Friday, March 31, 2006

An Original Song by Jeff

OK, it's a parody, set to the tune of "I'm Gettin' Ready To Leave This World", an old Gospel song. I hope no one is offended that I chose a gospel song for the tune, but the flow of the music works perfectly for the song. So, I hope you all enjoy! I've gotten positive feedback from some preacher friends at another message board that we all post on occasionally. So, I leave you for the weekend on a (hopefully) funny note!

Look over the menu at the China Moon
Try to find a lunch deal that will get here soon
"Curry beef with white rice, extra spicy please?"
I'm getting ready to eat chinese!

I'm gettin' ready, to eat chinese
I'm gettin' ready, for stir-fried snow peas!
Spicy, but not too hot
Fried rice is all you've got?
Oh, I'm getting ready to eat chinese!

No need for me to eat that lone spring roll
After the main course, you know I'm feeling full
The spice made my nose runny, keep the Puffs handy
Oh, I just finished eating all of my chinese!

Repeat chorus

For now, I'm happy in a full contented mode
But tonight I will by sorry while on the commode
Next time not that spicy, friend, if you will please
I wasn't ready, for that chinese

Repeat chorus


dazaga said...

Dude, you have had too much time on your hands. But this is hilarious!

michigan preacher said...

Believe it or not, it only took 5 or 10 minutes to write. Glad you like it!

Libby said...

Too funny!

Darrell said...

That first post was from me, but my son had logged in and I did not realize it.

Phil Hoover, Chicago said...

Now that was truly funny!

And you do have TOO much time on your hands....

Oh, I do like just plain white rice with my chinese food...

michigan preacher said...

A big amen to that, Phil! The place we order from around here load up the fried rice with eggs. Nasty!

Libby said...

The funny thing is, when I read dazaga's post, I thought it was Darrell. Then I noticed the name. I thought to myself, "My son is beginning to sound just like his father!" Now I see it actually WAS his father! Amazing how you can recognize someone by what is in print!