I Can Eat It All by Mark Lowry


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Remotely Controlled by Mark Lowry

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I Can Eat It All
by Mark Lowry

Album: Remotely Controlled


I can scarf a dozen doughnuts
And lick the sugar off my hands
If I had a hundred tacos
I could eat 'em on demand

If I eat 'em even faster
You can see my waist expand
But the bloated feeling that I get
Is the part that I can't stand

I'm the middle of the kitchen
I can't help but gain a pound
I'll never taste the feel of victory
Till I finally chow down

I can offer no defense
When that aroma fills the place
When I'm served a tray of burgers
I will gladly stuff my face

I can eat it all
Alfalfa, sprouts, and grains
But when it comes to fast food
I eat everything
I can eat it all
Whatever I desire
It's fat that I require
Cause I'm a butterball
I can eat it all

The source of my condition
Is the fact I don't abstain
I can measure my consumption
By the weight that I have gained

Though my friends call me a glutton
And that causes me such pain
If they serve me one more salad
I think I will go insane

Cause I've laid aside the health food
For the fatter foods I've found
When I get my hands on pizza
I can never put it down

When I hit my favorite restaurants
I eat everything I see
After hours at the buffet
They are begging me to leave

I can eat it all
Alfalfa sprouts and grains
But when it comes to fast food
I eat everything
I can eat it all
Whatever I desire
It's fat that I require
Cause I'm a butterball
I can eat it all

I have a favorite verse
I would like you all to know
And it goes like this
"Man cannot live by bread alone"

That is why I lay my ground beef
On a golden flame of fire
The more I have,
The more that I desire

I can eat it all

I can eat it all
Whatever I desire
It's fat that I require
Cause I'm a butterball
I'm wider then I'm tall
I'm pure cholesterol
I can eat it all


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