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Corn Dogs

This song is by The Bobs and appears on the album Songs For Tomorrow Morning (1988).

We both liked corn dogs at the start
We once shared pastries from the cart
I know that low cholesterol is good for my heart
But these fights over what to eat are tearin' us apart

When we were young we shared a common tongue
We ate and ate and ate and ate and never gained a bit of weight
But the years have changed our attitudes 'bout what is fit to eat
You've become a lacto-vegetarian and I'm still into red meat

We both liked corn dogs at the start
We once shared pastries from the cart
I know that low cholesterol is good for my heart
But these fights over what to eat are tearin' us apart

I know you feel that sodium will be the death of me
and caffeine is poison ... and it's in coffee and in tea
But the birdseed that you'd have me eat would make breakfast a bore
And please don't tape those calorie charts on every cupboard door

We once ate ice cream and french fries
Now you say every that every bit of fat goes straight to your thighs
If you would just enjoy your food I'd love you at any size
Come share some cake with me, you're still skinny ... in my eyes

Our love could overcome this if only we would try
I'd let you be macrobiotic if you'd let me have some pie
I'd even give up bedtime snacks and take up exercise
If you would be more flexible too and try to compromise

We both liked corn dogs at the start
We once shared pastries from the cart
I know that low cholesterol is good for my heart
But these fights over what to eat are tearin' us apart

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