The Weight I Gained Last Week

(To the tune of “The Way You Look Tonight”) / Recording by David Simmons

Monday. Feeling like a whale
Staring at the scale
It’s an awful tale that I ate – too much
And I gained some weight last week

I was slimmer with a bum so small
And my spirits tall
Now there’s more of me and you get to touch
All the weight I gained last week

With each bite, my appetite grew
Nibble-ing on the cheese
Brie and goat, gouda and bleu
Too many cal-o-ries

Lonely. Like I’ve got the plague
I must not be vague
I’ll go Jenny Craig it
I can burn off
All that weight I gained last week

Instrumental

Brie and goat, gouda and bleu
Too many cal-o-ries

Lonely. Like I’ve got the plague
I must not be vague
I’ll go Jenny Craig it
I can burn off
All that weight I gained last week

Mmmm

All that weight I gained last week

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