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  • wdfarmer
  • General Comment:
    Some of the interpretations on this page have been on the theme of drug addiction. A few years ago I wrote the following lyrics for "Hotel California", but they're about a different kind of addiction. Enjoy. :)

    The Taco Bell Burrito
    (Written in 1995 to the tune of "Hotel California" by the Eagles, and presented to the rather unusual Usenet newsgroup news:alt.fan.taco-bell.)

    On a dark desert highway
    Cool wind in my hair
    Warm smell of burritos
    Rising up through the air

    Up ahead in the distance
    I saw a bright yellow light
    My head grew heavy and my mind grew dim
    I had to stop for a bite

    There I stood at the menu
    Reading "Taco Bell"
    I was trying to decide
    Did I want bean dip wrapped in a shell?

    Then they took down my order
    And they asked me to pay
    There were voices in the kitchenette
    As I walked away

    Welcome to the Taco Bell Burrito!
    Such a lovely place! Stuff to feed your face!
    Plenty of food in the Taco Bell Burrito!
    Mild or hot with spice - tacos, beans and rice!

    Cameras on the ceiling
    You fill your cup with ice
    Some would call it hell on earth
    But for me it's paradise

    In their massive freezers
    There are tons of seasoned meat
    They slather it with sauce and cheese
    And they serve it up to eat!

    Last thing I remember
    I was ordering some more
    They had to bring in forty men
    To pick me up from the floor

    I've tried to avoid it
    But I can't stay away
    If I didn't have to sleep or work
    That is where I'd stay

    Welcome to the Taco Bell Burrito!
    Such a lovely place! Stuff to feed your face!
    Plenty of food in the Taco Bell Burrito!
    Mild or hot with spice - tacos, beans and rice!!

    (c) 1995 by Wayne Farmer
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