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The Squids lyrics for Snack Cakes
By The Squids (LaTour/Spatafora)

Snack Cakes, do you wanna do something tonight?
Just come down to the city, get in a cab, it's only fifty cents a ride
Oh Snack Cakes, the first day that we met, she asked me for a cigarette
Then me and Bob Dum-de-dum took her to the beach and got real drunk

I know a girl named Snack Cakes
Like Little Debbie, I like to call her Snack Cakes
Hey Snack Cakes baby

Snack Cakes, "What do you want to do?"
She said "I don't know, what do you want to do?"
I said "What ever you want to do"

So, after the show, me and Bob Dum-de-dum took her to the beach
And got real drunk
But we were real careful, because she was underage
And used a fake I.D. to get into the show

I know a girl named Snack Cakes
Like Little Debbie, I like to call her Snack Cakes
Hey Snack Cakes baby

(I like Jelly Rolls, and Devil Squares, and Choco-Bites
You know, Snack Cakes)

Snack Cakes, do you want to do something tonight?
Just come down to the city, get in a cab, it's only fifty cents a ride
Oh Snack Cakes, do you want to do something tonight?
Just get into a cab
It costs only fifty cents to get from there to here baby
Oh Snack Cakes

C 1991 Take-Two Music BMI



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