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Artist: Steele Bill
Album: Non-Album Releases
They're made out of sugar and butter and flour;
You put'em in the oven about a quarter hour,
But the thing that gives'em their magic power
Is the chocolate chips inside.
Chocolate chip cookies, I gotta have more,
You can bake'em in the oven, or buy'em at the store
But whatever you do have'em ready at the door
And I'll love you till I die!
I can do without booze; I can do without pot;
I can do without nicotine, no thanks a lot!
But bring'em from the oven, nice and hot
And I'm a chocolate chip cookie fiend.
You can't eat one; you can't eat two;
Once you start chewing, there's nothing to do
But clean your plate, and eat the crumbs too,
Then go and find some more.
If you want to make a friend,
You don't need beauty or money to spend;
Give'em all your love, but be sure you send
Some chocolate chip cookies, too.
I knew a little woman, once upon a time:
Ugly as sin and she didn't have a dime;
I was just gonna leave her but she changed my mind;
She made those cookies for me.
I know another woman, pretty as a star,
Had a lot of money and a big sports car,
But I had to leave her, that's the way things are;
She couldn't make cookies for me.
Now when it comes to women, you must be wise;
Sometimes you have to compomise;
I finally met a girl who was just my size,
So I made cookies for her.
Now when I die, I don't want wings,
A golden halo or a harp that sings
Give me a book, a fire and someone who brings
Chocolate chip cookies all day.
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