Dieter’s Song

(To the tune of “*The Story of Love”) / Recording by David Simmons

You better lose your middle
Run a little
Get yourself fit as a fiddle

If you break a sweat
You will truly get

You need to change your diet
Don’t deny it
Reducing intake you should try it

Hold off on the cheese
Count the calories,

Whenever there is juicy stuff
You need to ponder on the cost
Cuz just a little is enough
Or else your diet’s lost

You wanna move your waistline
To the baseline
Give those legs a bit of racetime

It is worth the sweat
When you truly get

It is worth the sweat
When you truly get

*Sometimes called “Glory of Love”


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