"Crunchy Granola Suite" as written by and Neil Diamond....
I got a song been on my mind
And the tune can be sung, and the words all rhyme
Deede-ee deet deet deet deet deet deet deedle dee dee

Though it don't say much, and it won't offend
If you sang it at school, they're liable to send you home
Never knowin' what you're showin'
Think you're growin' your own tea
Good lord

Let me hear that, let me near that
Crunchy granola suite
Drop your shrink, and stop your drinkin'
Crunchy granola's neat
Sing it out
Alright
Da da da da
Da da da da da
Dee dee dee dumb

I know a man was outta touch
And he'd hide in a house and he didn't say much
Deedle-dee deet deet deet deet deet deet deedle dee doo

And like a man with a tiger outside his gate
He not only couldn't relax, but he couldn't relate
Now he can
Family man
Tried my brand
Dig

Let me hear that, let me near that
Crunchy granola suite
Drop your shrink, and stop your drinkin'
Crunchy granola's neat
Sing it out
Alright
Da da da da
da da da da da
Dee dee dee do
Deedle-ee dumb dumb
I'll have a double please


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"Crunchy Granola Suite" as written by Neil Diamond

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    General CommentLooks to me like Neil was wanting to make some extra scratch by writing a Granola commercial. He's basically saying don't smoke weed, don't drink, don't be a hermit, to hell with psychiatrists... just eat some freaking cereal and you'll feel better. Rock on Neil.
    mitchconcordon October 25, 2007   Link
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    General CommentWhy not, I love cereal and they make me feel really better.
    How about cornflakes? lol
    bear_hug20on November 25, 2008   Link

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