Songs About Food


On a previous poll survey I had conducted on this site a couple months back, readers were asked what type of playlist they’d like to see next, and the most asked for was relating to food. So here you will find a comprehensive “food-inspired” collection of songs covering a vast array of music genres, styles and eras. Each of these selections feature various songs about or relating to food… as well as various other aspects of eating, drinking and dining, including breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert. Other key words are eat, candy, food, cafe, restaurant, drive-thru, etc. These key words must appear in the title to be included here.

I’m sure you will soon realize that a majority of these songs featuring food related terms don’t really have anything to do with food at all, but are a metaphor for other guilty pleasures of life, so to speak. So it’s no surprise how often food terminology comes up in song.

A more comprehensive drinking song list featuring songs about alcoholic drinks, liquor, bars, etc. can be found HERE. (I posted this list a few months back)

If you can think of any songs I omitted here, and I know there are lots more out there, please drop me a comment and let me know.

** PS – I refuse to be held liable for causing hunger pains or attack of the munchies after the viewing the following list and photo gallery. :P

Bon Appetit!!

Songs About Food

    1. 30,000 Pounds of Bananas – Harry Chapin (1974)
    2. A Growing Boy Needs His Lunch – Dead Kennedys (1985)
    3. A Rose & A Baby Ruth – George Hamilton IV (1956)
    4. A Spoonful of Sugar – Julie Andrews (classic from the 1964 movie, “Mary Poppins”)
    5. A Taste of Honey – Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass (1965)
    6. Alice’s Restaurant Massacree – Arlo Guthrie (1969)
    7. All Her Favorite Fruit – Camper Van Beethoven
    8. All Night Diner – Modest Mouse (1996)
    9. All That Meat And No Potatoes – Fats Waller
    10. All You Can Eat – The Fat Boys
    11. American Pie – Don McLean (1971), Madonna (2000)
    12. Animal Crackers (In My Soup) – Shirley Temple (from the 1935 movie, “Curly Top”)
    13. Anybody Want To Buy My Cabbage? – Lil Johnson (1930′s)
    14. Apple – Cibo Matto
    15. Apple Green – June Valli (1960)
    16. Apple of My Eye – Roy Head (1965)
    17. Apples, Peaches, Cherries – Peggy Lee
    18. Apples, Peaches, Pumpkin Pie – Jay & The Techniques (1967)
    19. Artichoke – Cibo Matto
    20. Attack of The Killer Tomatoes Theme – from the 1978 cult movie of the same name
    21. Banana Boat Song (Day-O) – Harry Belafonte (1957) and by many others
    22. Banana Pancakes – Jack Johnson
    23. Banana Split For My Baby – Louis Prima
    24. Bazooka Bubble Gum Song – Bazooka Joe
    25. Beans & Cornbread – Louis Jordan
    26. Beans In My Ears – Serendipity Singers (1964)
    27. Beef Jerky – Cibo Matto
    28. Big Rock Candy Mountain – Burl Ives (1949) (a folk classic from the 1920′s)
    29. Birthday Cake – Cibo Matto (1995)
    30. Black Coffee – Sarah Vaughan (1949), Peggy Lee (1953), Ella Fitzgerald (1960) (several other recordings over the years from Rosemary Clooney to k.d. Lang)
    31. Black Coffee In Bed – Squeeze (1982)
    32. Black Horse & The Cherry Tree – KT Turnstall (2006)
    33. Bloat On – Cheech & Chong (1977) parody of “Float On” by The Floaters
    34. Blueberry Hill – Louis Armstrong (1956), Fats Domino (1956)
    35. Brain Stew – Green Day (1995)
    36. Bread & Butter – The Newbeats (1964)
    37. Breakfast At Tiffanys – Deep Blue Something (1995)
    38. Breakfast In America – Supertramp (1979)
    39. Brown Sugar – Rolling Stones (1971)
    40. Burger & Fries – Charley Pride (1978)
    41. Burritos – Sublime
    42. Buttermilk Biscuits – Sir Mix-A-Lot
    43. Café Down On The Corner – Sawyer Brown
    44. Call Any Vegetable – Frank Zappa & The Mothers of Invention
    45. Candy – Iggy Pop (1990), Cameo (1986) Mandy Moore (1999)
    46. Candy Girl – Four Seasons (1963)
    47. Candy Girl – New Edition (1993)
    48. Candy Man – Roy Orbison (1961)
    49. Candyman – Christina Aguilera (2007)
    50. Candy Rain – Soul For Real (1995)
    51. Candy Shop – 50 Cent (2005)
    52. Canned Ham – Norman Greenbaum (1970)
    53. Caramel – Suzanne Vega
    54. Cheeseburger In Paradise – Jimmy Buffett (1978)
    55. Cherry Baby – Starz (1977)
    56. Cherry Bomb – John Cougar Mellencamp (1987)
    57. Cherry Cherry – Neil Diamond (1966)
    58. Cherry Hill Park – Billy Joe Royal (1969)
    59. Cherry Pie – Skip & Flip (1960)
    60. Cherry Pie – Warrant (1990)
    61. Cherry Pink & Apple Blossom White – Perez Prado & His Orchestra (1955)
    62. Cherrystone – Adrissi Brothers (1959)
    63. Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire (aka “The Christmas Song”) – Nat King Cole (1946) This Christmas classic has also been recorded by scores of other artists
    64. Chewy Chewy – Ohio Express (1968)
    65. Chicken – The Cramps
    66. Chicken Cordon Bleu – Steve Goodman
    67. Chicken Fried – Zac Brown Band (2008)
    68. Chicken Noodle Soup – Webstar & Young B (2006)
    69. Chicken Pickin’ – Lonnie Mack (1964)
    70. Chicken Soup With Rice – Carole King
    71. Chiquita Banana – Xavier Cugat & His Orchestra
    72. Chocolate – Snow Patrol
    73. Chocolate Cake – Crowded House (1991)
    74. Chocolate Rain – Tay Zonday (a YouTube viral success)
    75. Chocolate Salty Balls – (sung by Chef from South Park)
    76. Chop Suey – System of A Down (2002)
    77. Cigarettes & Chocolate Milk – Rufus Wainwright (2001)
    78. Cinnamon – Derek (1968)
    79. Cinnamon Girl – Gentrys (1970)
    80. Cinnamon Girl – Neil Young
    81. Coconut – Nilsson (1972)
    82. Coconut Pudding Vendor – Xavier Cogat (1935)
    83. Coconut Woman – Harry Belafonte (1957)
    84. Coffee In The Morning (Kisses In The Night) – Boswell Sisters (1934)
    85. Coffee Song – Frank Sinatra (1946)
    86. Coffee Time – Natalie Cole
    87. Cold Turkey – John Lennon & The Plastic Ono Band (1969)
    88. Collard Greens & Black Eyed Peas – Bud Powell
    89. Cook With Honey- Judy Collins (1973)
    90. Cornflake Girl – Tori Amos (1994)
    91. Cotton Candy – Al Hirt (1964)
    92. Country Pie – Bob Dylan
    93. Crackerbox Palace – George Harrison (1977)
    94. Dinner Bell – They Might Be Giants
    95. Dinner With Drac – John Zacherle (1958)
    96. Dixie Chicken – Little Feat (1973)
    97. Dixie Fried – Kentucky Headhunters (1993)
    98. Do Fries Go With That Shake? – George Clinton (1986)
    99. Do You Want Fries With That? – Tim McGraw (2005)
    100. Does Your Chewing Gum Lose It’s Flavor (On The Bedpost Overnight?) – Lonnie Donegan & His Skiffle Group (another Dr. Demento classic)
    101. Don’t Sit Under The Apple Tree – The Andrews Sisters/Glenn Miller Orchestra (1942)
    102. Eat It – Weird Al Yankovic (1984)
    103. Eat Steak – Reverend Horton Heat (1992)
    104. Eat That Chicken – Charles Mingus
    105. Eat The Rich – Aerosmith (1993)
    106. Eat Your Greens – Lloyd Cole
    107. Eatin’ Ice Cream & Cake – Ray Charles
    108. Eggs & Sausage – Tom Waits
    109. Elderberry Wine – Elton John (1973)
    110. English Muffins & Irish Stew – Sylvia Sims (1956)
    111. Everybody Eats When They Come To My House – Cab Calloway
    112. Fish Heads – Barnes & Barnes (a Dr. Demento novelty classic)
    113. Food For Thought – UB40 (1980)
    114. Food Glorious Food – soundtrack from “Oliver” (1968)
    115. Frim Fram Sauce – Nat King Cole (1945), Ella Fitzgerald, Diana Krall and others
    116. Get ‘Em From The Peanut Man (Hot Nuts) – Lil Johnson (1930′s)
    117. Get Your Biscuits In The Over & Your Buns In Bed – Kinky Friedman
    118. Glass Onion – Beatles (1968)
    119. Goober Peas – a traditional folk song from around 1866 with good versions by Burl Ives as well as The Kingston Trio
    120. Goodbye Pork Pie Hat – Charles Mingus
    121. Grapefruit/Juicy Fruit – Jimmy Buffett (1978)
    122. Gravy (For My Mashed Potatoes) – Dee Dee Sharp (1962)
    123. Green Onions – Booker T & The MG’s (1962)
    124. Grits Ain’t Groceries – Little Milton
    125. Guava Jelly – Bob Marley
    126. Hard Rock Candy Christmas – Dolly Parton
    127. Ham ‘N’ Eggs – Lonnie Donegan
    128. Ham ‘N’ Eggs – A Tribe Called Quest
    129. Hold Tight (Want Some Seafood Mama) – The Andrews Sisters
    130. Homegrown Tomatoes – Guy Clark
    131. Honey Honey – Abba (1974)
    132. Honey Pie – Beatles
    133. Hot Burrito #1 – Flying Burrito Brothers (1969)
    134. Hot Cross Buns – (a children’s nursery rhyme dating back 3 centuries!)
    135. Hot Dog – Led Zeppelin (1979)
    136. Hot Dog & A Shake – David Lee Roth
    137. Hot Dogs & Hamburgers – John Cougar Mellencamp
    138. Hot Pastrami – Dartells (1963)
    139. Hot Pastrami With Mashed Potatoes – Joey Dee & The Starliters (1963)
    140. Hungry – Paul Revere & The Raiders (1966)
    141. Hungry Eyes – Eric Carmen (1987)
    142. Hungry Heart – Bruce Springsteen (1980)
    143. Hungry Like The Wolf – Duran Duran (1982)
    144. I Like Food – The Descendents
    145. I Want Candy – Strangeloves (1965)
    146. I Want Candy – Bow Wow Wow (1982)
    147. I Want Candy – Aaron Carter
    148. Ice Cream – Raekwon (1995)
    149. Ice Cream – Sarah McLachlan
    150. Ice Cream Man – Van Halen (1978)

  1. If I Knew Your Were Coming (I’d’ve Baked A Cake) – Eileen Barton (1950)
  2. Incense & Peppermints – Strawberry Alarm Clock (1967)
  3. I’ve Got A Lovely Bunch of Coconuts – Danny Kaye (1950)
  4. Jambalaya (On The Bayou) – Hank Williams (1952), Jo Stafford (1952)
  5. Jambalaya (On The Bayou) – John Fogerty/Blue Ridge Rangers (1972)
  6. Java – Al Hirt (1964)
  7. Java Jive – The Ink Spots (1941)
  8. Jelly Roll – Charles Mingus
  9. Junk Food Junkie – Larry Groce (1976) (another Dr. Demento classic)
  10. Know Your Chicken – Cibo Matto (1996)
  11. Lady Marmalade- LaBelle (1975)
  12. Land of Milk & Honey – The Vogues (1966)
  13. Lemon Tree – Peter Paul & Mary 1962), Trini Lopez (1965)
  14. Let’s Have Another Cup of Coffee – Fred Waring & His Pennsylvanians (an Irving Berlin classic from the 1932 movie “Face The Music”)
  15. Life Is Just A Bowl of Cherries – Rudy Vallee (1931)
  16. Lipstick & Candy & Rubbersole Shoes – Julius LaRosa (1956)
  17. Little Coco Palm – Jerry Wallace (1960)
  18. Little Green Apples – OC Smith (1968), Roger Miller (1968)
  19. Lollipop – The Chordettes (1958)
  20. Lollipop – Mika (2007)
  21. Lollipop – Lil’ Wayne (2008)
  22. Lollipop (Candyman) – Aqua (1997)
  23. Lollipops & Roses – Jack Jones (1962)
  24. Louisiana Hot Sauce – Sammy Kershaw
  25. Lunch Lady Land – Adam Sandler
  26. Marshmallow World – A Christmas classic originally recorded by Bing Crosby (1950), also hits by Dean Martin (1966), Vic Damone (1951), Darlene Love (1963)
  27. Mashed Potato Time – Dee Dee Sharp (1962)
  28. Meat & Potatoes – Belle & Sebastian
  29. Meatballs – Lil Johnson (1930′s)
  30. Memphis Soul Stew – King Curtis
  31. Milk & Cereal – G. Love & Special Sauce
  32. Milkshake – Kelis (2003)
  33. Moose Turd Pie – Utah Philips
  34. Mother Popcorn – James Brown
  35. Mr. Peppermint Man – Dick Dale & His Del-Tones (1962)
  36. Muffin Man – Frank Zappa
  37. My Boy Lollipop – Millie Small (1964)
  38. No Milk Today – Herman’s Hermits (1967)
  39. No Sugar Tonight – The Guess Who (1970)
  40. On The Good Ship Lollipop – Shirley Temple (from the 1934 movie classic “Bright Eyes”
  41. On Top of Spaghetti – Tom Glaser & Do-Re-Mi Children’s Chorus (1963)
  42. One Bad Apple – The Osmonds (1971)
  43. One More Cup of Coffee – Bob Dylan
  44. Oreo Cookie Blues – Lonnie Mack
  45. Pans of Biscuits – Kate Campbell
  46. Pass The Peas – James Brown
  47. Peaches – Presidents of the United States of America (1996)
  48. Peaches & Cream – 112 (2001)
  49. Peaches En Regalia – Frank Zappa (1969)
  50. Peaches ‘N’ Cream – Ikettes (1965)
  51. Peanut Butter – The Marathons (1961)
  52. Peanut Butter – Twennynine (1979)
  53. Peanuts – Little Joe & The Thrillers (1957)
  54. Peel Me A Grape – Diana Krall
  55. Pepper – Butthole Surfers (1996)
  56. Pepper-Hot Baby – Jaye P. Morgan (1955)
  57. Peppermint Twist – Joey Dee & The Starliters (1961)
  58. Pickin’ Wild Mountain Berries – Peggy Scott & Jo Jo Benson (1968)
  59. Pineapple Princess – Annette (1960)
  60. Polk Salad Annie – Tony Joe White (1969)
  61. Pop Pop Pop Pie – Sherrys (1962)
  62. Popcorn – Hot Butter (1972)
  63. Popcorn Song – Cliffie Stone (1955)
  64. Popsicle – Jan & Dean (1966)
  65. Popsicle Toes – Michael Franks (1976)
  66. Popsicles & Icicles – Murmaids (1963)
  67. Pork & Beans – Weezer (2008)
  68. Pork Chops & Mustard Greens – Ernie Andrews
  69. Poundcake – Van Halen (1991)
  70. Pour Some Sugar On Me – Def Leppard (1988)
  71. Pretzel Logic – Steely Dan (1974)
  72. Pulling Mussels (From The Shell) – Squeeze (1980)
  73. Pumpkin Soup – Kate Nash (2007)
  74. Purple People Eater – Sheb Wooley, Dickie Goodman (both are different versions)
  75. Rainbow Stew – Merle Haggard
  76. Raspberries, Strawberries – Kingston Trio
  77. Raspberry Berry – Prince (1985)
  78. Roast Fish & Cornbread – Lee “Scratch” Perry
  79. Rock & Roll Stew – Traffic (1971)
  80. Rock Lobster – B-52’s (1979)
  81. Rubber Biscuit – Blues Brothers (1979)
  82. Sad Cafe – The Eagles
  83. Salt Peanuts – Dizzy Gillespie (1942)
  84. Sam The Hot Dog Man – Lil Johnson (1930′s)
  85. Saturday Night Fish Fry – Louis Jordan (1949)
  86. Savoy Truffle – Beatles
  87. Scenes From An Italian Restaurant – Billy Joel (1977)
  88. Sci-Fi Wasabi – Cibo Matto
  89. Sex & Candy – Marcy Playground (1998)
  90. Shanghai Noodle Factory – Traffic
  91. She Don’t Use Jelly – Flaming Lips (1993)
  92. Shoo-Fly Pie & Apple Pan Dowdy – Guy Lombardo & His Orchestra, Dinah Shore (1946)
  93. Shortnin’ Bread – Al Jolson, Nelson Eddy, Andrews Sisters, Allan Sherman, The Tractors, The Cramps among others (a traditional folk song over 100 years old)
  94. Shrimp Boats – Jo Stafford (1951)
  95. Soup Is Good Food – Dead Kennedys (1985)
  96. Strange Fruit – Billie Holiday (1939)
  97. Strawberry Fields Forever – Beatles (1967)
  98. Strawberry Letter 23 – Brothers Johnson (1977)
  99. Strawberry Shortcake – Jay & The Techniques (1968)
  100. Strawberry Wine – Deanna Carter (1996)
  101. Sugar & Spice – Cryan’ Shames (1966)
  102. Sugar Baby Love – The Rubettes (1974)
  103. Sugar Daddy – Jackson 5 (1971)
  104. Sugar Daddy – Thompson Twins (1989)
  105. Sugar Don’t Bite – Sam Harris (1984)
  106. Sugar Dumpling – Sam Cooke (1965)
  107. Sugar Free – Wa Wa Nee (1987)
  108. Sugar (Gimme Some) – Trick Daddy (2005)
  109. Sugar Hill – A Z (1995)
  110. Sugar Lips – Al Hirt (1964)
  111. Sugar Magnolia – Grateful Dead (1970)
  112. Sugar Moon – Pat Boone (1958)
  113. Sugar On Sunday – Clique (1969)
  114. Sugar Shack – Jimmy Gilmer & The Fireballs (1963)
  115. Sugar Sugar – The Archies (1969)
  116. Sugar Time – McGuire Sisters (1957)
  117. Sugar Town – Nancy Sinatra (1966)
  118. Sugar Walls – Sheena Easton (1984)
  119. Sugar Water – Cibo Matto
  120. Sugar, We’re Goin’ Down – Fall Out Boy (2005)
  121. Sukiyaki – Kyu Sakamoto (1963), A Taste of Honey (1981)
  122. Sweet Cherry Wine – Tommy James (1969)
  123. Sweet Gingerbread Man – Mike Curb Congregation (1970)
  124. Sweet Pea – Tommy Roe (1966)
  125. Sweet Potato Pie – Ray Charles
  126. Sweet Potato Pie – Domino (1994)
  127. Taco Wagon – Dick Dale & His Del-Tones
  128. Tacos, Enchiladas & Beans – Doris Day
  129. Tangerine – Led Zeppelin (1970)
  130. Tea For Two – Marion Harris & His Orchestra (from the classic 1925 musical, “No No Nanette”) (also revamped & popularized with a “cha-cha-cha” version by Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra in the 1950′s)
  131. Texas Cookin’ – Guy Clark, George Strait
  132. The Candy Man – Sammy Davis Jr. (1972)
  133. The Eggplant Song – Michael Franks
  134. The Eggplant That Ate Chicago – Dr. West’s Medicine Show & Junk Band (1967) (another Dr. Demento classic)
  135. The Fast Food Song – Fast Food Rockers (2003)
  136. The Ketchup Song (aka “Asereje”) – Las Ketchup (2002)
  137. The Lemon Song – Led Zeppelin (1969)
  138. The Onion Song – Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell (1970)
  139. The Popcorn Song – James Brown (1969)
  140. The Spam Song – Monty Python (a classic)
  141. The Strawberry Roan – Marty Robbins
  142. Trapped In The Drive-Thru- Weird Al Yankovic
  143. Tupelo Honey – Van Morrison (1971)
  144. TV Dinners – ZZ Top
  145. Vegetables – Beach Boys (1967)
  146. Watermelon Crawl – Tracy Byrd
  147. Watermelon Man – Mongo Santamaria Band (1963)
  148. When I Take My Sugar To Tea – Nat King Cole, Frank Sinatra
  149. Whipped Cream – Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass
  150. White Pepper Ice Cream – Cibo Matto
  151. Wild Honey – Beach Boys (1967)
  152. Wild Mountain Honey – Steve Miller Band (1976)
  153. Yes We Have No Bananas – (1923) Billy Jones, Spike Jones, Benny Goodman (another Dr. Demento favorite)
  154. You Gotta Eat Your Spinach Baby – Shirley Temple (from the 1936 movie Poor Little Rich Girl)
  155. You’ll Never Miss Your Jelly Till Your Jelly Roller’s Gone – Lil Johnson (1930′s)
  156. Yummy, Yummy, Yummy – Ohio Express (1968)

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Special Mention:

The above list wouldn’t be complete without the inclusion of  “Weird Al” Yankovic’s….. “The Food Album”…..

 

The Food Album is a compilation CD of parody songs by “Weird Al” Yankovic in which all the songs on the album relates to various types of food.

Track Listings:

#1)  “Fat”

Parody of “Bad” by Michael Jackson

A song about a man’s obesity that is blown way out of proportion

#2)  “Lasagna”

Parody of “La Bamba” by Ritchie Valens or Los Lobos

A song centered largely around Italians and Italian cuisine

#3)  “Addicted To Spuds”

Parody of “Addicted To Love” by Robert Palmer

A song about a man’s fondness for potatoes prepared in various different ways

#4)  “I Love Rocky Road”

Parody of “I Love ‘N’ Roll” by Joan Jett & The Blackhearts

A song glorifying one’s favorite ice cream flavor… none other than Rocky Road!

#5)  “Spam”

Parody of “Stand” by R.E.M.

A song about the infamous canned luncheon meat known as SPAM

#6)  “Eat It”

Parody of “Beat It” by Michael Jackson

A song about a parent’s exasperating quest to get their young child to eat a healthy, nutritious diet

#7)  “The White Stuff”

Parody of “You Got It (The Right Stuff)” by New Kids on the Block

A song about one’s self-expression of loving the creamy white icing found inside Oreo brand cookies

#8)  “My Bologna”

Parody of “My Sharona” by The Knack

A song in which the narrator talks about his obsession with the lunch meat, bologna

#9)  “Taco Grande”

Parody of “Rico Suave” by Gerardo

A song describing a visit to a stereotypical Mexican restaurant

#10)  “Theme from Rocky XIII (The Rye or the Kaiser)”

Parody of “Eye of the Tiger” by Survivor

A song about a washed-up Rocky Balboa (from the series of Rocky movies), who now runs a deli and occasionally beats up on sides of beef

#11)  Japanese ‘bonus track’ of “Eat It” … the karaoke version

Other “Weird Al” food songs not on the above album but should be are:

“Girls Just Want to Have Lunch”, from “Dare to Be Stupid“, Yankovic’s only previously released food-related song not to make the album.

“Waffle King” was also absent from the above release. Though the song was released later in 1993 on “Alapalooza“, it had already been included on the “Smells Like Nirvana” single the year before.

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One More Interesting Note:

Another musical group that appears on the above list quite often is Cibo Matto. The band’s name, Cibo Matto is an Italian phrase that translates to “Crazy Food” and many of the tracks on their albums relate to food… if only in abstract form. The lyrics in their songs are primarily concerned with food, possibly used as a metaphor. Examples of some of their food songs include “Know Your Chicken,” “Apple”, “Birthday Cake,” Sugar Water,” “Artichoke,” “Beef Jerky,” and “White Pepper Ice Cream”.

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A large comprehensive list of drinking songs can be found on a previous post I did last year – Here is the link:

100+ Drinking Songs – I’ll Drink To That!


4 Responses

  1. You left out one of my favorites – “Lime jello, marshmallow, cottage cheese surprise” by William Bolcom

  2. TABLEEK “EGGS AND CHEESE”

  3. Potato Chips by Slim Gaillard
    Millie Make Some Chili, Chicken Cordon Blues by Steve Goodman
    Cole Slaw by Jesse Stone
    Bar-B-Que by Duke Tomatoe & the Power Trio
    Too Many Dirty Dishes by Albert Collins
    I Eat Out by Loudon Wainwright III
    Tortuga Rum Cake by The Barefoot Man
    Beans, Bacon & Gravy by Cisco Houston
    Angelo’s by Dick Siegel
    Canned Goods by Greg Brown
    Hey Good Lookin’ by Hank Williams (Sr)
    Cheeseburger in Paradise by Jimmy Buffett
    Chips-Chicken-Banana Split by Jo Jo & the Fugitives
    Home Cookin’ by Junior Walker & the All Stars
    Junk Food Junkie by Larry Groce
    Froglegs by Lloyd Price
    Big Dead Bird by Lou & Peter Berryman
    Little Potato by Malcolm Dalglish
    Watermelon Time by Marcia Ball
    Strawberry Jam by Michelle Shocked
    I Can Cook Too by Patti Austin
    Bringing Home the Bacon by Procol Harum
    Save the Bones for Henry Jones by Ray Charles
    Too Much Pork for Just One Fork by Southern Culture on the Skids
    Fresh Garbage by Spirit
    Hot Sauce by Thomas Dolby
    Don’t Slay That Potato by Tom Paxton
    Need a Little Sugar in My Bowl by Bessie Smith

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