(Updated on 16/09/2016)





  • Fast Food Folk Song - Rhett & Link
    "Yes! the guy's reaction is totally authentic. He had no idea we were coming, and he really got the order right (almost right).
    We couldn't believe it either, so we understand the questions...."

    + LYRICS below the video on YouTube :
    "Iʼll start with a taco, soft like a cloud 
    I want mine crunchy, I like to eat loud. 
    Iʼll choose a chalupa, Iʼll grab a gordita, 
    and two taco salads for our senoritas..."



  • Fruit Stand - a song - "Teach about the different kinds of fruit with this fun original song and video."


  • Holiday Dinner Party
    "Don't forget what your guests can or can't eat this Holiday Season."



  • The Tea Song - by Yorkshire Tea + LYRICS + VOCABULARY + COMMENTS
    "To celebrate the British love of a proper brew (= cup of tea), Yorkshire Tea has just released this fun song full of facts about how tea can benefit you in your everyday life. Watch the behind the scenes here."



  • Pig Out - "It's a pig singing about his favorite subject: PIGGIES!" (




  • I Like Vegetables - Parry Gripp (YouTube)
    + the LYRICS (


  • Give me the Food by Miss Platnum
    "You know, people always say women should be thin
    They should be on diet
    But I don't care
    I just enjoy eating!"


  • Healthy Food Rap
    "Meat, is neat
    Packed with protein and iron
    Builds up your muscles
    Makes you strong like a lion cos

    You are what you eat,
    You eat what you are,
    If you eat the right stuff then you’ll go far..."

    (Primary Resources)

  • The Wild Rover (
    "I've been a wild rover for many's a year
    And I've spent all my money on whiskey and beer..."

    - with the VIDEO (YouTube)

    The Wild Rover is a popular folk song





  • No Milk Today
    "There used to be milkmen in England but they aren't many left in modern Britain. Listen to the song that was famous
    in the 60s, read the lyrics and play the game all the words you need are in the song."
    Activity created by: Renée Maufroid


  • Animaniacs - The Etiquette Song (YouTube) - with the lyrics
    "Yakko: To use the right utensil's
    One of etiquette's demands
    DrSns: Uuuuuggghhhh...
    YW+D : So we recommend you throw them out
    And eat with your hands!"


  • Candy Man - Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factory (You Tube)


  • The Fast Food Song by Fast Food Rockers :
    - The VIDEO
    (YouTube) and the LYRICS (


  • Antonin Artaud by Bauhaus :
    "One man's poison another man's meat
    One man's agony another man's treat"

    (Proverb : 'One man's meat is another man's poison')
  • Butter by Ultraspank :
    "Butter me up..."
    (to butter somebody up)

  • Button by The Silver Sessions :
    "I can see the apple doesn't fall far from the tree"

  • Can't Have Your Cake by Motley Crue :
    "I guess what mama said was true
    Can't have your cake and eat it too, babe"
  • Cup Of Tea by The Verve Pipe :
    "At graduation everyone
    Will throw their hats into sun
    Then they'll drop like flies to the sea
    This is not my cup of tea"
    (Proverb : 'It's not my cup of tea')

  • I love - Intoxicated :
    "I love baked beans"
  • 'Jealousy' by Steven Seagal (lyrics on the CD : Songs from the Crystal Cave)
    "The more you eat
    The hungrier you will be
    A hungry ghost
    The more you feed
    The more you need
    The deeper the greed"


  • My Baby Keeps His Cool by Mike Hart :
    "Aint stubborn like no mule...
    He's a cool cucumber"

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  • So What'cha Want by The Beastie Boys :
    "I'm As Cool As A Cucumber In A Bowl Of Hot Sauce"

  • Strange fruit by Billie Holiday :
    "Southern trees bear strange fruit,
    Blood on the leaves and blood at the root,
    Black bodies swinging in the southern breeze,
    Strange fruit hanging from the poplar trees..."

    - with a lesson plan :
    "This lesson focuses on Billie Holiday's signature song, "Strange Fruit," a protest song Lewis Allen (Abel Meeropol) wrote in 1938 about the ongoing and intransigent problem of lynching in the American South... Working in small teams, students analyze a variety of primary source materials related to lynching (news articles, letters written to or written by prominent Americans, pamphlets, broadsides, etc.) in order to assess the effectiveness of the anti-lynching campaign spearheaded by African-Americans."

  • Tea in the Sahara by Sting (

  • You Are What You Eat by Keller Williams :
    "Some may say
    you are what you eat
    if that is true
    then I am you
    and you could be me
    if you wanted to
    But I am not a cannibal"

  • Yummy by Ohio Express :
    "you're sweeter, sweeter than sugar...
    your love is like peaches and cream
    Kind-a like sugar, kind-a like spices"