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(ultimately from, https://www.pinterest.com/explore/lotus-flower-art/)
nine noon three plus halfs
tupward to heaven pointing
lotus French Toast Feast
To the Tune, Bee Gees’ “Stayin’ Alive”
Boiled or Fried?
Well just chop it on up and toss it in this here wok
Chicken ‘s in demand; bok choy to chop
Fry oil hot or steamed warm – which delish – I’m so torn
I don’t want alright nor disappointment’s OKAY
We’ll just see if i should have went the other way
Whether it’s dumpling or eggs rolls, man
You can’t argue China’s so so ON.
You know its better than any other – dial that phone, call your lover
and choose, boiled or fried, broiled or fried
Or is it Yan Can Cook thus so can you –
so choose boiled or fried
You-want. want. want-it. Boiled or fried, Boiled or fried
Chomp. comp. chomp. chomp. Boiled or fried
For a point of note, The person this was written to smile reading would most likely smile in general saying, “Both.” 😉
(I didn’t try to complete the lyric set, so yes, this is a fragment. and the lyric model is a google search beegees stayin alive lyric. Martin Yan PBS tv chef. “Yan Can Cook”)