Voice Over:
Ladies and Gentlemen, for lunch or dinner, try Ziggens Family Restaurant.
The restaurant offers a varied menu featuring Ziggens homestyle soups, burgers,
and a wide assortment of delicious entrees created by our chef.
Dining at Ziggens is an age old family tradition.
Ziggens Family Restaurant: We're ready to serve you a delicious meal, right now.
Thank You. HAHAHAHAHA

What am I doin'?
What am I doin'?

There's somethin' about a waitress
somethin' about a waitress
somethin' about a waitress that
turns me on. (2x)

She brings a booster seat to my son
sometimes calls me hon
and she says "How do you like your eggs?"

She brings a booster seat to my son
she keeps a pencil behind her bun
and she says "How do you like your eggs?"
delicious!

There's somethin' about a waitress
somethin' about a waitress
somethin' about a waitress that
turns me on

There's somethin' about a waitress
somethin' about a waitress
somethin' about a waiter
thanks ya'll see ya later

Say Polyester
Polyester
Polyester
Polyester

Brown And Gold
Brown And Gold

Polyester
Polyester

There's somethin' about a waitress
somethin' about a waitress
somethin' about a waitress that
turns me on


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