songs about food.

I scrolled through my ipod and here are some of my favorites.

brown sugar – d’angelo (ungh ungh *humps the air*)

dixie chicken – little feat

glass onion/savoy truffle/honey pie/eggman – the beatles (the fab four were total foodies, guys.)

honey – moby

honey, honey – abba

i want a little sugar in my bowl – nina simone

le poisson – the little mermaid (stfu)

lilac wine – jeff buckley (one of the prettiest songs evar.)

lollipop – mika (= total joy)

milkshake – kelis (“my milkshake brings all the boys to the lawn.”)

pumpkin soup – kate nash

sex and candy – marcy playground (remember this song? so awesome right?)

tupelo honey – van morrison

and of course, the cherry on top of this auditory sundae…

carry out – timbaland and justin timberlake.

yes, its gratuitous and. ok fine. but its SO HOT. I mean. they’re baaaaaaaaaaasically comparing the female body to a jumbo supersized value meal. this is my favorite song to jam to on the eliptical, which is weird bc all it does is make me want hamburgers and chow mein.

ok your turn. I know I missed a lot. what would you add to this here list?

happy eating, happy dancing.

xo j.


~ by JuliaTriplett on March 26, 2012.

2 Responses to “songs about food.”

  1. “All That Meat And No Potatoes” by Fats Waller
    “Catfish Blues” by Jimi Hendrix
    “Chocolate Buttermilk” by Kool & The Gang
    “Eggs And Sausage” by Tom Waits
    “Fried Chicken” by Ice-T
    “Giblet Gravy” by George Benson
    “Green Onions” by Booker T & The MG’s
    “Juicebox” by The Strokes
    “Mother Popcorn” by James Brown
    “Taco WIth A Pork Chop” by Ray Brown, John Clayton, Christian McBride


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