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Donuts, Donuts

Donuts, Donuts
(Gary Ehrlich)

 In my office early morning
 Yawning mouth and a sleepy eye
 I need caffeine and some sugar
 To achieve my daily high

 Through the hall I stagger
 To the snack machine I go
 There to buy some coffee and some
 Tasty rings of dough

 I want donuts, donuts, donuts, donuts, donuts
 Donuts, donuts, donuts, dough
 Donuts, donuts, donuts, donuts
 Donuts, donuts, donuts, dough

 Plain and chocolate, glazed and sprinkled
 Filled with jelly or with cream
 Perfect starter for the morning
 Every sugar addict's dream

 One, two, or a dozen
 For breakfast, dinner, and lunch
 Don't want toast or cereal now
 Donuts I will munch (I crave donuts...)

 Waist expanding, teeth decaying
 Need new clothes for my pot belly
 At the dentist I am crying
 As he drills my cavities

 Buying Ultra Slim-Fast
 I count my calories
 In the gym I'm pumping iron
 No more sweets for me (No more donuts...)

 Late night lying in bed awake
 To the kitchen I quietly track
 Searching through the fridge and pantry
 To find me a midnight snack

 I can't live without them
 I would run a dozen miles
 I may have a heart attack but
 I'll go with a smile (Give me donuts...)

(tune: "Dona, Dona" by Sholem Secunda)
 Lyrics copyright 5/93 by Gary Ehrlich

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