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CHIPMUNKS ROASTING ON AN OPEN FIRE
Bob Rivers


Chipmunks roasting on an open fire

Hot sauce dripping from their toes

('Oh! That tickles!')

Yuletide squirrels fresh filleted by the choir

They poked hot skewers through their nose

('Ow! Wrong end, ya cowboy!')

Everybody knows some pepper and a garlic clove

Help to make them seasoned right

Tiny rats with a crisp golden coat

Will really hit the spot tonight


And now when Santa sees his tray

('Ho ho ho ho ho ho')

There'll be some homemade chipmunk jerky for his sleigh

('Mmmm'Hey, look at that!')

And every hungry child is gonna spy

To see if chipmunks really sing when they fry

And so I'm brushing on some honey glaze

To keep them crisp and juicy too

Let's hope they get served many times many ways

Tasty Chipmunks; good food


'On that, Mr. Cole, '

'Yes, sir, Mr. Seville?'

'Would you mind handing me the barbeque sauce? I am starved!'

'Oh,no problem Dave. Hey listen, you best be havin' two of those drumsticks, because they're oh-so tiny and there ain't much meat upon 'em'

('What about animal rights, Dave?')

'Put a sock in it Melvin'

'You know, for years people said you over-rated hamsters were my meal ticket. Now I guess you could just say you're my meal!'

'That's a good one, Dave'I always knew you was the funny one in the group!'

'Damn straight!'


And so I'm offering some recipes

From chipmunk pie to chipmunk stew

I'm not really sad that it ended this way

Furry chipmunks screw you


'Did you hear that Melvin? Melvin? Mellllviiiiin?"

'Why, I'm sorry Dave, did you want Melvin? There's plenty of Thagadore left though''


BOB RIVERS

Bob Rivers is probably the best-known rock and roll radio DJ in the greater Seattle area of the northwestern United States, as well as a prolific producer of parody songs that often are mistakenly attributed to "Weird Al" Yankovic

Bob Rivers is a well known American rock and roll radio on air personality in the Pacific Northwest as well as a prolific producer of parody songs, most famous for his Christmas song parodies.

Rivers' radio program, The Bob Rivers Show, is broadcast on Seattle rock station KZOK-FM. ... Read More