"Cups And Cakes" as written by Harry Shearer, Rob Reiner, Christopher Guest and Michael Mc Kean....
Cups and cakes, cups and cakes
Oh what good things mother makes!
You've gotta take tea, won't you take it with me?
What a gay time it will be

Cups and cakes, cups and cakes
Please make sure that nothing breaks
The china's so dear and the treacle so clear
And I'm glad that you are here

Milk and sugar, bread and jam
"Yes please, sir" and "Thank you, ma'am"
Here I am

Cups and cakes, cups and cakes
I'm so full my tummy aches
How sad it must end
But I'm glad I'd a friend
Sharing cups and cakes with me
And cakes with me

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"Cups and Cakes" as written by Harry Shearer Christopher Guest

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    General CommentMaking fun of bands attempting to widen their fanbase by creating a kid-friendly album.

    This plays on the radio, interrupting Chris' conversation with his girlfriend regarding how she will meet up with the band, one of my favorite parts of the movies due to his absolute ignorance of the geography of the Northern Midwest (specifically Des Moines [which he mispronounces and says is in Indiana], and Milwaukee [which he has no idea of the relative geography, as it is nowhere near New York]).
    Wicked Awesomenesson July 15, 2008   Link

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