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I got drunk and I ate a chicken
I ate the chicken I found in my kitchen
Not just the leg, and not just the wing
I'll like to let you know I ate the whole damn thing

Well, I was pretty drunk, I must have been half-blind
But when I found the chicken, I knew she was so mine
I don't know where she'd come from, how long she's been
But I ate her anyway because I was drinking and I didn't care

I got drunk and I ate a chicken
I ate the chicken I found in my kitchen
Not just the leg, and not just the wing
I’ll like to let you know I ate the whole damn thing

Well, it turns out she's been there for a while
But it don't matter to me
She was heading for the garbage
And the big bad bird was for me

I got drunk and I ate a chicken
I ate the chicken I found in my kitchen
Not just the leg, and not just the wing
I'll like to let you know I ate the whole damn thing

Well, I'm sitting in my kitchen
And I'm wondering where's my chicken
I don't know what to do, I feel so alone
'Cause the only friend I have is a pile of chicken bones!

I got drunk and I ate a chicken
I ate the chicken I found in my kitchen
Not just the leg, and not just the wing
I'll like to let you know I ate the whole damn thing



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