Dwayne Bailey

Rookie (03-08-1965 / San Pedro California)

Welcome To Mc Donalds/Welcome To The Jungle - Poem by Dwayne Bailey

Welcome to mcdonalds.we got fun and games;
we got everything you want, and we know your name;
we are the people that can find, whatever you may eat,
if you got the money honey, we got onion rings;

In mcdonalds, welcome to mcdonalds,
watch it bring you here to, fffffffeed feed, I want to watch you eat,

Welcome to mcdonalds, it gets worse here everyday,
were makin food out of animals, at mcdonalds thats just our way;
and your a very hungry girl, whose very hard to please,
you can taste the big macs honey, but you wont get them for free;

in mcdonalds, welcome to mcdonalds,
watch it bring you here to, fffffeed feed,
in mcdonalds welcome to mcdonalds,
my my serpintine, I want to watch you feed.

Until you die youll always want to come round.
come round, come round, come round;

You know where you are? Your in mcdonalds;
your gonna buuuuuuuy.

In mcdonalds welcome to mc donalds
watch it bring you here to feed feed,
in mc donalds welcome to mcdonalds,
my my serpintine,

in mc donalds welcome to mcdonalds,
your gonna buy!

Written to the song welcome to the jungle by Guns and Roses back in the mid 1980s.


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, February 9, 2008



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