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- All That Meat And No Potatoes by Fats Waller
- All You Can Eat by the Fat Boys
- Artichoke by Cibo Matto
- Augustus Gloop by Danny Elfman
- Augustus Gloop by The Poozies
- Banana Boat Song (Day-O) by Harry Belafonte
- Beans And Cornbread by Louis Jordan
- Beef Jerky by Cibo Matto
- Birthday Cake by Cibo Matto
- Black Coffee In Bed by Squeeze
- Bowl Of Oranges by Bright Eyes
- Brown Sugar by D'Angelo
- Brown Sugar by the Rolling Stones
- Candy by Cameo
- Candy by Morphine
- Candy (Drippin' Like Water) by Snoop Dogg
- Candy Man by Mississippi John Hurt/Aguilara
- Candy Shop by 50 Cent
- Catfish by Bob Dylan
- Catfish Blues by Jimi Hendrix
- Chicken Grease by D'Angelo
- Chicken Noodle Soup by Webstar & Young B
- Chicken Soup With Rice by Carole King
- Chocolate Buttermilk by Kool & The Gang
- Chocolate City by Parliament
- Chocolate Factory by R. Kelly
- Choux Pastry Heart by Corinne Bailey Rae
- Cigarettes And Chocolate Milk by Rufus Wainwright
- Cookin' by Clifford Brown
- Crawfish by Elvis Presley
- Days Of Wine And Roses by Henry Mancini
- Does Your Chewing Gum Lose Its Flavor On The Bedpost by Lonnie Donegan
- Drinks by Twista
- Eat it
- Egg Man by the Beastie Boys
- Eggs And Sausage by Tom Waits
- Fried Chicken by Ice-T
- Giblet Gravy by George Benson
- Gimme That Wine by Lambert, Hendricks & Ross
- Gin And Juice by Snoop Doggy Dogg
- Glass Onion by The Beatles
- Gone Sugaring by Mirah
- Green Onions by Booker T & The MG's/Milt Buckner
- Grits by James Brown
- Ham 'N' Eggs by A Tribe Called Quest
- Happy Meal II by The Cardigans
- Home Cookin' by Horace Silver
- Honey by Moby
- Honey Pie by The Beatles
- I Need a Little Sugar In My Bowl by Bessie Smith
- I Want A Little Sugar In My Bowl by Nina Simone
- I Want Candy by Bow Wow Wow
- Ice Cream Castles by The Time
- Ice Cream Man by Tom Waits/Van Halen
- Ice Ice Baby by Vanilla Ice
- It Should Have Been Me by Ray Charles
- Jail House Rap by Fat Boys
- Juicebox by The Strokes
- Juicy Fruit by Mtume
- Know Your Chicken by Cibo Matto
- Lady Marmalade by LaBelle
- Le Jazz Et Le Gin by Coralie Clement
- Le Pain Perdu by Cibo Matto
- Milkcow Blues Boogie by Elvis Presley
- Milkshake by Kelis
- Mother Popcorn by James Brown
- My Sweet Potato by Booker T & The MG's
- Old Joe's Place by The Folksmen
- One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer by John Lee Hooker/George Thorogood
- Orange Crush by R.E.M.
- Oregano Flow (Gumbo Soup Mix) by Digital Underground
- Otha Fish by The Pharcyde
- Pimp Juice by Nelly
- Pink Martini by Sympathique CHECK THIS IS A GROUP
- Popcorn by Hot Butter
- Pot Kettle Black by Wilco
- Potato Head Blues by Louis Armstrong
- Potato's In The Paddy Wagon by The New Main Street Singers
- Pour Some Sugar On Me by Def Leppard
- Pulling Mussels (From The Shell) by Squeeze
- Quiche Lorraine by The B-52's
- Rapper's Delight by Sugarhill Gang
- Red Apples by Cat Power
- Red Vines by Aimee Mann
- Salt Peanuts by Dizzy Gillespie
- Salt Peanuts by Joshua Redman
- Savoy Truffle by The Beatles
- Shanghai Noodle Factory by Traffic
- Spanish Grease by Willie Bobo
- Straight, No Chaser by Thelonious Monk
- Struttin' With Some Barbecue by Louis Armstrong
- Sukiyaki by A Taste Of Honey
- Sugar by Stanley Turrentine
- Sugar Sugar The Archies
- Sweets For My Sweet by The Drifters
- Taco WIth A Pork Chop by Ray Brown, John Clayton, Christian McBride
- Tacos, Enchiladas And Beans by Doris Day
- Tea For Two by Ella Fitzgerald
- Tea For Two by Fats Waller
- The Coffee Song by Frank Sinatra
- The Lemon Song by Led Zeppelin
- Too Much Sugar For A Dime by Merle Travis
- Watermelon Man by Mongo Santamaria
- White Pepper Ice Cream by Cibo Matto
- Wild Honey by U2
- Yes! We Have No Bananas by Louis Prima
- You're Not The Only Oyster In The Stew by Fats Waller
- 20) “Me in Honey” by R.E.M.
Kate Pierson is sadly absent from this live performance, but bassist Mike Mills fills in nicely.
19) “Gin and Juice” by Snoop Dogg
C’mon, Snoop – it was never hard being you.
18) “Peaches” by Presidents of the United States of America
Note: This is a band, not our actual Commander in Chief. (As you know, Dubya's biggest hit is about pretzels.)
17) “Blueberry Hill” by Louis Armstrong
Adjust your eyes – it’s Satchmo in EXTREME close up. You can see his pores!
16) “Candy” by Iggy Pop with Kate Pierson
Has Iggy Pop ever worn a shirt, ever? I could draw the man’s nipples from memory.
15) “Pulling Mussels From a Shell” by Squeeze
My second favorite Squeeze song, narrowly beating out “Nail in My Heart.”
14) “Lunch Lady Land” by Adam Sandler
Yeah, it’s not the same without Chris Farley’s original SNL choreography, but still one of Sandler’s best.
13) “Ice Cream” by Sarah McLachlan
Reader (and first commenter) nonrunner! I hear you!
12) “Rock Lobster” by B-52’s
Okay, so this is Kate Pierson’s third appearance in the Top 20. I didn’t even know I liked her that much. COVET THE BEEHIVE!
11) “Alice’s Restaurant” by Arlo Guthrie
Every Thanksgiving at noon, my family ceases turkey preparation to listen to our local classic rock station play “Alice’s Restaurant.” It’s as important to our holiday as the stuffing.
10) “Pour Some Sugar on Me” by Def Leppard
For years, I thought the lyric to this was, “You want some sugar?/Well have some more!” when it was actually, “Do you take sugar?/One lump or two?” I liked my version better.
9) “Cherry Bomb” by The Runaways
Adolescent rage at its ragiest.
8) “Lost in the Supermarket” by The Clash
“I wasn’t born so much as I fell out.” Best line ever? I say possibly.
7) “Le Poisson” from The Little Mermaid
I could only find the Broadway audio, but picture: a large, animated French chef rhapsodizing on his weakness for seafood, as a talking, calypso-happy Jamaican crustacean scurries away in terror. I’ll give you a minute.
6) “Just Like Honey” by The Jesus and Mary Chain
Get ready … get set … GAZE AT YOUR NAVEL!
5) “Milkshake” by Kelis
I’m not sure if any song has been used in more movies and TV shows. But “Mean Girls” (and wondrous Fey) employed it best.
4) “Baby’s Got Sauce” by G. Love and Special Sauce
I’m pretty sure this was the only song in rotation at my freshman year college radio station. I associate it very strongly with weak beer and young adult angst.
3) “Mayonaise” by Smashing Pumpkins
Hey! Billy Corgan had hair once.
- While most top-ten lists of food songs are bombarded with predictable pop selections from the past 50 years (invariably including a Bubble Gum number and "Savoy Truffle" by the Beatles), we've managed to delve much deeper, and come up with a few songs so obscure, you may have never even heard of them. Luckily, some rendition of each lies on YouTube, and most will have you tapping your feet and guffawing before the tune ends.
10. "The Roast Beef of Old England," traditional marching song
This memorable rant against French food ("But since we have learned from all-vapouring France/To eat their ragouts as well as to dance") is the work of Henry Fielding, the 18th-century Englishman who wrote the risqué novel, Tom Jones. The patriotic nature of the lyrics and somber marching cadence may send the wrong kind of shivers down your spine, but who can complain about a tune whose refrain is the gleefully redundant, "Oh! The roast beef of old England/And old English roast beef!"
9. "Sing for Your Supper," The Mamas and the Papas
Though this ditty penned by the songwriting team of Rodgers and Hart first appeared in the musical The Boys from Syracuse (1938), the most memorable rendition is by the Mamas and the Papas. Check out the live performance on YouTube, and you'll see a swaying Mama Cass (who, at age 32, was erroneously reported to have choked to death on a ham sandwich) crooning this romantic and stoic paean to hungry street performers everywhere.
8. "Candy Man," Roy Orbison
There are a dozen well-known songs called "Candy Man" (including a bouncy number from Willy Wonka covered by Sammy Davis, Jr.), but Orbison's is the only one that manages to be tasty and scary at the same time. Referring to his love object as "Sugar," the sinister-sounding protagonist seems confused as to whether he's giving or getting the candy, over a minor-key "vamp" that should make the producers of today's adolescent vampire flicks sit up and take note.
7. "All You Can Eat," The Fat Boys
Despite all ideas about healthy eating, these Brooklyn Beatbox pioneers visit an all-you-can-eat restaurant in the accompanying video and pile their trays high with junk food, promising to "pass lettuce by" in their quest for divine grease and starch. Catchy tune, great lyrics, toe-tapping rhythm -- that's pop!
6. "The Lemon Tree," Trini Lopez
Here's a song that manages to weave a moral fable into a ditty about citrus: "Lemon tree, very pretty, and the lemon flower is sweet/But the fruit of the poor lemon, is impossible to eat." The lyrics represent a father's advice to his tween son, and, if we get the allegory right, it goes something like this: "An attractive girl is like a sour fruit. Though she's very pretty, you're better off avoiding her." Some dad.
5. "Be Our Guest," from Beauty and the Beast
This lavish cartoon production number features a bewildered Belle dazzled and nearly overwhelmed by line-dancing kitchen utensils. Flanked by towering rows of overflowing teapots, is she having a psychotic meltdown as they sing, "Try the gray stuff, it's delicious/If you don't believe me, ask the dishes"? In the end, it's only culinary cabaret, and the tune is supremely memorable -- so memorable that it's already appeared on a slew of TV commercials.
4. "All That Meat and No Potatoes," Fats Waller
This classic 1941 Fats Waller song, seemingly about wartime privations and shortages ("All that meat and no potatoes/Just ain't right, like green tomatoes"), also had a less noble meaning. Apparently, the phrase was then the equivalent of a wolf-whistle, uttered when a woman had a curvy figure but small breasts. Luckily, that meaning has faded into obscurity, and all we have left is a struttin' foodie classic by one of the 20th century's most beloved composers.
3. "Vegetables," The Beach Boys
The original rough recording of this song for the legendary unfinished Smile album featured Paul and Linda McCartney percussively munching on carrots and celery in the background, and the song was clearly intended as a valentine for vegetarianism. The song actually appears on Smiley Smile (1967), with some less enthusiastic crunchers, not including the McCartneys.
2. "Goober Peas," traditional Civil War song
Though the most famous version was done in the 1960s by the Kingston Trio, this very strange song originated during the Civil War. It's told from the perspective of a Georgia militiaman, who relaxes beneath shade trees with his buddies, munching peanuts. But when the commander tells them the Union Army is approaching, they refuse to stop eating peanuts, known colloquially as "goober peas." Is it a war protest song, or just a complaint that "peas, peas, peas, peas" were all they had to eat?
1. "Eat It," Weird Al Yankovic
For the foodie, this hilarious parody of Michael Jackson's Beat It is more memorable than the original, a song told from the perspective of a mother admonishing her recalcitrant child to eat it, or else: "Your table manners are a cryin' shame/You're playin' with your food like it's some kind of game." Amid random burps and slobberings, we get a fascinating catalog of food choices in 1984, and sushi wasn't one of them.
- Our Top 10 Foodie Songs:McARTHUR PARK by Richard Harris
Why it’s on this list: It’s hard to find a song that better encapsulated a foodie’s obsession with food. This man has lost his recipe for christ’s sake, and he’ll never get it again. EVER. Oh no indeed.
Ok, I’ll admit it, the lyrics are goddamn ridiculous. Just what the hell is happening anyway? Why is there a cake in the park in the rain? Is it some sort of family reunion? Satanic cult? And why is the recipe lost? He doesn’t have it written down anywhere? Wouldn’t he have lost the recipe when he ate the cake then? Is this just another way to say that you can’t have your cake and eat it too? (My eyes are crossing thinking about this).
Yep, it’s safe to say these lyrics are supposed to be symbolic. Of what, I’m not sure, but they have tosymbolize something (if not they’re just the ramblings of a maniac). So, since no one knows what the hell it’s about, why can’t it be a foodie anthem?
Of course, these days, the chorus would never have been written. You know, with Google and all. Let the rain try to ruin the icing on my cake. I’ll find a better recipe in like 2 minutes, tops. (Eat shit rain.) Still, it’s the thought that counts here.
MacArthur Park is melting in the dark/All the sweet, green icing flowing down/Someone left the cake out in the rain/I don’t think that I can take it/’Cause it took so long to bake it/And I’ll never have that recipe again/Oh, no!
Musical Value: Ridiculous lyrics aside, that vocal melody is just incredible, not to mention the dramatic crescendo, unexpected key change, and near spy movie-esque “third movement”. Still, those lyrics!
Trivia: In 1992, Dave Barry conducted a poll of the worst songs ever, with Harris’ version of “MacArthur Park” coming out as the worst song ever recorded, both in the “Worst Lyrics” and “Worst Overall Song” categories. Ouch.
BREAD AND BUTTER by the Newbeats (featuring Little Richard in the body of Bill Clinton)
Why it’s on this list: In less than two minutes, the song sums up the importance of food and meals in relationships and families, from comfort food and snacks to just in knowing what your “loving man” likes.
He likes bread and butter/ He likes toast and jam/That’s what his baby feeds him/He’s her loving man/ Got home early one morning/ Much to my surprise/She was eating chicken and dumplings/With some other guy.
Musical Value: Probably pretty minimal, but it’s catchy, propulsive and fun.
Trivia: Newbeat member Larry Henley was a co-songwriter on “Wind Beneath My Wings”
EAT THE MENU by the Sugarcubes
Why it’s on this list: Ever go to a restaurant (especially some of those chinatown places) and just feel overwhelmed by the size of the menu? It’s enough to make you dream about restaurants that write a few daily specials up on a board and leave it at that. The ‘Cubes take that desire a bit to the extreme here, but the sentiment is the same. It also raise the question of who’s happier, the foodie that has an almost impossibly large selection, or the one that lives within a strict local cuisine? Beats the shit out of me. Enjoy the song.
The waiter came with the menu/ And said here you go/ I said thank you but/ The choice is too great/ Why can’t I be a cod/ In the depths of the ocean/ And just eat small fish/ The cod has such simple taste/But I’ve got all the choice
Musical Value: Byork is an acquired taste for some, but the Sugarcubes, purveyors of smart, quirky pop, will always have an audience. This song may feel like a novelty then, but it’s par for the course for them. (Translation, if you get it, you get it, if you don’t, you really don’t).
Trivia: The band are all involved in the management of the record label Smekkleysa (which translates to Bad Taste Ltd).
ALL YOU CAN EAT by The Fat Boys
Why it’s on this list: It stuffs its “face to a funky beat”. I’ve never been a big fan of all you can eat buffets, but if you love food, you have to admit there is a certain joy in the idea of being able to eat like a slob for a low price (in this case $3.99). Maybe it’s wasteful and gluttonous, but it’s also fun (sometimes). The Fat Boys sum that feeling up nicely.
(Prince Markie D): $3.99 for all you can eat?/ Well, I’m a stuff my face to a funky beat!/ (Kool Rock Ski): We’re gonna walk inside, and guess what’s up: Put some food in my plate, and some Coke in my cup/ (Prince Markie D): Give me some chicken, franks, and fries/ And you can pass me a lettuce. I’m a pass it by/ (Kool Rock Ski): So keep shoveling, (Ha!) onto my plate/ Give me some sweets and lots of cake/ (Prince Markie D): Give me some hot Macaroni and Cheese!/ (Human Beat Box): Give me, some more food PLEASE!!!!
Musical Value: Pretty much irrelevant. If you’re a fan of early hip hop, or if you grew up in the era, you will have a soft spot (no pun intended) for the Fat Boys and this song.
Trivia: In the Fat Boys’ heyday, two groups tried to zero in on their size-related persona. Their names? The Skinny Boys and the Fat Girls.
All MEAT AND NO POTATOES by Fats Weller
Why it’s on this list: Is there anything as bad as a shitload of meat with no potatoes? It’s just not right and Fats Weller knows it (seriously, are you going to argue about food with someone named Fats?). I should mention, though, that this song isn’t exactly what it seems to be. Back in the day, “All that meat and no potatoes” was a way of saying a woman had a nice body but small tittays (there are also websites that claim it refers to a man with a big ding dong and small nuts), but since that slang seems to have slipped away, we’ll take the lyrics literally.
Sample Lyric: All that meat, and no potatoes/ Just ain’t right, like green tomatoes/ Yeah, I’m waiting/ Palpatatin’/ But all that meat, and no potatoes
Musical Value: Solid piano playing and a great vocal performance. People will be listening to this years from now (they still are now).
Trivia: Fats died at the age of 39, from pneumonia.
EAT IT by Weird Al Yankovic
Why it’s on this list: Ok, so this is technically a parody, but so what? If you were raised with European parents (particularly from the East) you know what it’s like to have someone force you to finish everything on your plate. Being picky is impossible. You have to just eat it. There’s a foodie message here too. If you’re too picky, you’re most likely missing out on something.
Sample Lyric: See video above.
Musical Value: Slim to none, although like the Fat Boys, people of a certain age will likely smile when they hear this.
Trivia: Eat It was also the name of a Weird Al compilation album released in Japan.
CIGARETTES AND CHOCOLATE MILK by Rufus Wainright
Why it’s on this list: Pretty much every foodie has a guilty pleasure, a food they know is either complete junk, or likely to kill them (possibly while they eat it). Still we can’t go without it. It’s like the reverse of comfort food, something that makes you both feel better and worse. Compiling some of his cravings, Rufus intertwines his guilty pleasures with a relationship he knows is trouble, and captures the good and bad of giving in to temptation (I’m going to get some cookies now).
Sample Lyric: Cigarettes and chocolate milk/ These are just a couple of my cravings/Everything it seems I likes a little bit stronger/ A little bit thicker, a little bit harmful for me
Musical Value: Pretty high. Consider what critic Matthew Greenwald wrote about it: the song “combines classic Gershwin/ Brian Wilson pop feels along with a strong sense of French cabaret”. He also felt that the shifts in modulation together with the dissonant chords were “intoxicating”.
Trivia: Wainwright was once addicted to Crystal Meth and temporarily lost his vision (maybe he should have laid off all those jelly beans).
VEGETABLES by the Beach Boys
Why it’s on this list: Veggies need love too.
Sample Lyric: I’m gonna be round my vegetables/I’m gonna chow down my vegetables/I love you most of all/ My favorite vege-table
Musical Value: Are you kidding me? It’s the goddamn Beach Boys. Next question.
Trivia: During the sessions for this song, Paul McCartney (a long-time vegetarian) was recorded chewing celery.
EVERYBODY EATS WHEN THEY COME TO MY HOUSE by Cab Calloway
Why it’s on this list: You’ve likely encountered someone like the narrator in this song, you know, the person who lives to host dinner parties and who actually creates the menu for the night based on the tastes of their guests. Yeah, they can be annoying assholes, but for the most part, they make food fun, social, and memorable.
Sample Lyric: Have a banana, Hannah/ Try the salami, Tommy/ Get with the gravy, Davy/ Everybody eats when they come to my house.
Musical Value: In music theory, Cab Calloway = WIN.
Trivia: In the UK, Cab Calloway appeared in several commercials for the Hula Hoops snack, both as himself and as a voice for a cartoon.
HOMEGROWN TOMATOES by Guy Clark
Why it’s on this list: Pretty simple really, ever have a homegrown tomato? I mean a nice, plump, red, imperfect tomato? It’s a thing of beauty, and they deserve ten more songs like this.
Sample Lyric: Homegrown tomatoes, homegrown tomatoes/ What’d life be like without home grown tomatoes/ There’s only two things that money can’t buy/ That’s true love and home grown tomatoes
Musical Value: Hard to say, since it’s a fairly simple song. Still, like most good recipes, simplicity is usually best.
Trivia: Homegrown Tomatoes reached #42 on the US charts in 1983.
PEACHES by the Presidents of the United States of America
Why it’s on this list: Like the Guy Clark song above, it just comes down to good old-fashioned gardening. Have you ever had a beautiful, in season, country peach? It’s damn near orgasmic, and can make you want to burn down all the supermarkets that have ever sold you a substandard peach. They’re so good, in fact, the scenario described in the song (of some dude packing peaches in a factory downtown) sounds completely retarded. Why would we industrialize something so natural and awesome? Again, beats the shit out of me.
Sample Lyric: Movin’ to the country I’m gonna eat me a lot of peaches/ Peaches come from a a can/ They were put there by a man/ In a factory downtown
Musical Value: It’s a catchy tune with a solid outro (that sounds like it was edited/tacked on) but it’s hard to understand the three-string stuff the POTUSA were up to back then. What was the point of that again? Must have been a 90′s thing.
Trivia: The lyrics for “Peaches” were written about a crush one of the band members had on a girl. Apparently, she had a peach tree in front of her house, and when he got up the courage to go talk to her, he stood under the tree and smashed peaches in his fist until he decided not to talk to her. Why? As always, beats the shit out of me.
Wisconsin Dairy Polka – Colleen & Uncle Squaty
Fairy Tale about Food
Gingerbread Man– Susan Harrison
Dance For the Food Groups – Music with Mar.
Food Group Boogie – Pam Minor
Food Group Fun – Music with Mar.
Food Groups Are Rockin’ Tonight – The Amazing Body
Food Pyramid – Marilyn M. Linford
Step Into It – Music with Mar.
Apples and Bananas - Songs That Teach
Avocado Is A Fruit - Sam Jones
Clap Your Hands For Peaches - Sam Jones
Dried Fruits, Dried Fruits - Sam Jones
Eat An Orange Ripe Persimmon - Sam Jones
Eat Some Fruit- Miss Jenny
Grapefruit Is A Great Fruit - Sam Jones
Incredible Winter Squash - Sam Jones
Juicy Fruit - Prue Whoo
Les Fruits (Teaching Names of Fruit in French) - Simple Songs That Teach French 2
Oranges Are For Me - Sam Jones
Pick Strawberries - Sam Jones
Plums Can Make You Hum - Sam Jones
Rainbow Fruit Bowl - Fran Avni
We Eat Apples In Many Ways - Sam Jones
The World’s Favorite Fruit (Tomatoes) - Sam Jones
Zucchini - Sam Jones
Let's Go Shopping! – Nutrition Songs from Caroline and Danny
It's Harvest Time – Sam Jones
Beans Are Good For You – Sam Jones
Breakfast – Jeanne Nelson and Hector Marín
Picnic – Exploring Language through Song and Play
Start the Day off Right – Gary Rosen
Today Is Monday – Traditional Song Lyrics
Multicultural Feast– Music with Mar.
Nutrition and Healthy Habits
Be Good To Your Body-Naturally – Colleen & Uncle Squaty
Did You Eat Your Food? – Food Song for Kids
Eat. Then Exercise – Music with Mar.
Eat Your Food, Don't Wear It – Gary Rosen
Energy – Kids' Food Song from Nutricise
Fast Food Detective – Kids' Food Song from Nutricise
I Know A Smart Woman– Music with Mar.
Junk Food Judy – Kids' Food Song from Nutricise
Tummy-O – Caroline and Danny
Walk. Jog. Run. – Music with Mar.
Wash Away All That Sugar! – Food Song from Marla Lewis
Peanut Butter and Jelly – Adapted by Jack Hartmann
The Popcorn Pop – Gary Rosen
She Likes Ice Cream – The Rocking Rockets
Ode To Soup – Gemini
Sunday Gumbo – Skip West
I Use Them to Eat – Jeanne Nelson and Hector Marín
Artichokes and Brussels Sprouts – Jackie Cytrynbaum
Asparagus Is So Amazing - Sam Jones
The Broccoli Boogie - Sam Jones
The Carrot Twist - Sam Jones
Eating Lots Of Peas - Sam Jones
I Will Eat All My Vegetables - Miss Jenny
Les Légumes (Teaching Names of Vegetables in French)
- Simple Songs That Teach French 2
Let’s Root For Root Vegetables - Sam Jones
The Pepper Pasadoble - Sam Jones
Sweet Potato Soul - Sam Jones
Try A Cucumber - Sam Jones
Vege Boogie – Dan Schmitt and Angie Bolton
Vegetables – Jeanne Nelson and Hector Marín
The Vegetable Rock – Nutrition Songs from Nutricise
Vegetables Song – Dr. Thomas Moore
Why Are Green Beans On Your Plate, Brother Dear? - Sam Jones
30,000 Pounds Of Bananas - Harry Chapin
A Cup Of Coffee, A Sandwich And You - Gertrude Lawrence
A Little Bit Of Cucumber - Harry Champion
A Taste of Honey - Herb Alpert
Adam's Apple - Aerosmith
American Pie - Don McLean
Apple Scruffs - George Harrison
Apples And Oranges - Pink Floyd
Bad Apple - Tribes
Banana Pancakes - Jack Johnson
Big Cheese - Nirvana
Birthday Cake - Rihanna
Blackberry Way - The Move
Blueberry Hill - Fats Domino
Boiled Beef And Carrots - Harry Champion
Boku No Atama - Paul Gilbert
Bread and Butter - The Newbeats
Bread And Water - Vince Gill
Brown Sugar - The Rolling Stones
Burrito - Seether
Buttered Popcorn - The Supremes
Cake And Sodomy - Marilyn Manson
Candy - Aggro Santos
Candy - LL Cool J
Candy Shop - 50 Cent
Candy Store - Madonna
Candy Store Rock - Led Zeppelin
Caramel - Suzanne Vega
Cereal Killer - Green Jelly
Cereal Song - The Bicycle Thief
Cheeseburger in Paradise - Jimmy Buffett
Cherry Pie - Warrant
Cherry Pie - Edens Edge
Chocolate Rain - Tay Zonday
Chocolate Salty Balls (P.S. I Love You) - Chef
Chop Suey - System Of A Down
Cigaro - System Of A Down
Cookie Jar - Jack Johnson
Cookie Jar - Gym Class Heroes
Cookies-N-Apple Juice - Cam'ron
Corn Star - Craig Morgan
Corona And Lime - Shwayze
Cottage Cheese - Crow
Curry Bun - Mick Ronson
Custard Pie - Led Zeppelin
Dead Shrimp Blues - Robert Johnson
Dixie Chicken - Little Feat
Eat Steak - Reverend Horton Heat
Eggs Over Easy - Steel Magnolia
Eve, The Apple Of My Eye - Bell X1
Eye Candy - Josh Turner
Flaming Pie - Paul McCartney
Forbidden Fruit - Noël Coward
Georgia Peaches - Lauren Alaina
Glass Onion - The Beatles
Green Bananas - Jake Owen
Green Onions - Booker T. & the MG's
Honey - Moby
Honey Pie - The Beatles
Honey, Honey - ABBA
Hot Burrito #1 - The Flying Burrito Brothers
Hot Dog - Led Zeppelin
Hot Dog - Limp Bizkit
Hot Meat Pies, Saveloys And Trotters - Harry Champion
I Am A Tangerine - Tommy James and The Shondells
I Can't Git A Nice Loaf A' Bread - The Singing Postman
I Gave My Love a Cherry - traditional
I Want Candy - Bow Wow Wow
I've Got A Lovely Bunch Of Coconuts - Danny Kaye
I've Never Seen A Straight Banana - Ernest Hare
Ice Cream Girl - Sean Kingston
Ice Cream Man - Van Halen
Ice Cream Paint Job - Dorrough
Ice Cream Van - Glasvegas
Iced Honey - Metallica and Lou Reed
If I Knew You Were Comin' I'd've Baked A Cake - Eileen Barton
Jambalaya (On The Bayou) - The Carpenters
Junk Food Junkie - Larry Groce
Lady Marmalade - Labelle
Laffy Taffy - D4L
Life Is A Minestrone - 10cc
Life Is Just A Bowl Of Cherries - Rudy Vallee
Lollipop - The Chordettes
Lollipop - Lil Wayne
Lollipop - Mika
Loving You Has Made Me Bananas - Guy Marks
Marshmallow World - Bing Crosby
Mashed Potatoes - Nat Kendricks
Mayonaise - The Smashing Pumpkins
Mean Mr. Mustard - The Beatles
Mother Popcorn - James Brown
Mouldy Old Dough - Lieutenant Pigeon
Ms. Chocolate - Lil Jon
My Boy Lollipop - Millie Small
Oh! That Gorgonzola Cheese - Harry Champion
Olive & An Arrow - Nick Jonas and the Administration
On The Good Ship Lollipop - Shirley Temple
One Bad Apple - The Osmonds
Pea - Red Hot Chili Peppers
Peaches - The Presidents of the United States of America
Peeled Apples - The Manic Street Preachers
Pink Soup - Vodka Collins
Popcorn - Hot Butter
Pork and Beans - Weezer
Poundcake - Van Halen
Pour Some Sugar On Me - Def Leppard
Pulling Mussels (From the Shell) - Squeeze
Pumpkin Soup - Kate Nash
Reggae Reggae Sauce - Levi Roots
Savoy Truffle - The Beatles
Sex and Candy - Marcy Playground
She Don't Use Jelly - The Flaming Lips
Sixteen Saltines - Jack White
Sorrel - Wishbone Ash
Soul Cakes - Sting
Strange Fruit - Billie Holiday
Strawberry Avalanche - Owl City
Strawberry Fields Forever - The Beatles
Strawberry Swing - Coldplay
Sugar Me - Lynsey de Paul
Sugar Mountain - Neil Young
Sugar, Sugar - The Archies
T-Bone - Neil Young
Tangerine - Led Zeppelin
Tapioca Tundra - The Monkees
The Banana Boat Song (Day-O) - Harry Belafonte
The Candy Man - Sammy Davis Jr
The Ketchup Song - Las Ketchup
The Lemon Song - Led Zeppelin
The Onion Song - Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell
The Spam Song - Monty Python
The Worst Pies In London - Cast of Sweeney Todd
Tupelo Honey - Van Morrison
TV Dinners - ZZ Top
Vegetables - The Beach Boys
Watermelon In Easter Hay - Frank Zappa
Wild Honey - The Beach Boys
Wild Honey Pie - The Beatles
Your Name On A Grain of Rice - Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers