Hey you, you have too much hair
And we don't like what you wear
And you have really bad breath
So were gonna beat you to death

Because there is plenty of us
And only one of you
We've got plenty of reasons
And here's just a few

You put your chocolate in my peanut butter
I was walking and you were in my way
You looked at me without my permission
And never even apologized

You put your chocolate in my peanut butter
That's good enough reason for me to bash
You put your chocolate in my peanut butter
That's good enough reason for me to smash

No justice/there's just us/so trust us

You put your chocolate in my peanut butter
You put your chocolate in my peanut butter
You put your chocolate in my peanut butter
You put your chocolate in my peanut butter



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You Put Your Chocolate in My Peanut Butter Lyrics as written by Mike Burkett Eric Scott Melvin

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    its from an old commercial you doofs.

    tjtech12on June 09, 2007   Link
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    fun song have to say makes we wanna eat resse peanut butter cups i dunno im stupied

    badreligionpigeonon July 19, 2002   Link
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    where did the title of this song come from? in the episode of spongebob squarepants entitled "sandy's rocket", spongebob and patrick are testing out the zero gravity with food, and spongebob says "hey, you got your toothpaste in my peanut butter!" funny.

    homemadepornon September 14, 2002   Link
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    hahah oh spongebob how you squish

    kenickyon June 04, 2004   Link
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    Chocolate and peanut butter aren't topo bad together. Look at reeses, they're awesome. But adding marshmallows just makes it nasty and i refuse to eat those pieces of crap...Seems like the osng is about some type of school with people who lose their temper easily.

    modern manon May 27, 2006   Link

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