Love Thanksgiving? You’ll Love ‘All About That Baste’ Parody Song (Video)

Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and what would Thanksgiving be without its own catchy song?

Well, get ready for the Holderness family’s parody of Meghan Trainor’s All About That Bass. Do you remember the Holderness family from last Christmas?
They’re the ones who gave us the unforgettable “Xmas Jammies.” So this year they’re back in even better form singing about your favorite holiday: Thanksgiving.

‘All About That Baste’ is the perfect Thanksgiving parody song.

Lyrics:

Because you know I’m all about that baste, bout that baste, more butter
I’m all about that baste, bout that baste, more butter 

I’m all about that baste, bout that baste, more butter

I’m all about that baste, bout that baste, baste, baste, baste

 

On Thanksgiving day… I think its pretty true
us dads can’t make it, make it… like we’re supposed to do

The dining room room room… we have no taste
We put all the wrong forks in all the wrong places

 

I see the magazines… with all the recipes…
My daughter she could make it.. but me… daddy please
So mommy hands me this and says you gotta sop….
till every inch of it is perfect from the bottom to the top

 

Whoa yeah momma she told me don’t worry about the pies…
She said I’d burn them because I screw up everything I try
She said your stuffing is dry and your casserole’s made all wrong…

It looks like pudding, disgusting
So take this baster and timer and go ahead and move along….

 

And so I’m all about that baste, bout that baste, more butter
I’m all about that baste, bout that baste, more butter
I’m all about that baste, bout that baste, more butter

I’m all about that baste, bout that baste

 

Oh I’m bringing butter back….
Don’t try to wear those skinny britches nah…
cause I’m’a pour this all over that…
And I’m here to tell you every inch of it is perfect from the bottom to the top….

Happy Thanksgiving, and remember: don’t stuff yourself like that basted turkey you’re hauling into.

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