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Bumpin' an oldie here... but this video recently popped back up again at another forum I hang at, where it caused much hilarity, as usual.

 

The reason for this post is to mention that the guy who posted the "Pat's Dogs" clip to YouTube (who apparently is the same guy who directed the spot for local Philly area cable TV back in the day) has provided the official lyrics to the jingle in response to someone who asked for them in the video's "comments" section.

 

So without further ado, here are the complete lyrics to this lost Cinderella classic. We fans can only hope that this song will resurface someday, perhaps in a box set of Cinderella rarities.

 

"Pat's Dogs, the cook is never tired!

Pat's Dogs, the steam is always fired!

Two locations, rockin' all night,

MacDade or Lester, come and have a bite at...

Pat's Dogs, Pat's Chili Dogs!

Pat's Dogs, Pat's Chili Dogs!"

 

My work is done here. :beerbang:

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Slow down, I didn't catch all that.

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Slow down, I didn't catch all that.

 

Yeah, I know. Those are some deep lyrics, maaaaaan. :blink:

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OK, so I couldn't help myself. I just posted the link to the Pat's Dogs video on Tom Keifer's official Facebook page and asked "Hey Tom, what are the odds of this oldie but goodie finding its way back into your set list?" :rofl2:

 

...it'll probably be deleted by the time y'all read this, but you never know, somebody from his camp might actually respond. :D

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OK, so I couldn't help myself. I just posted the link to the Pat's Dogs video on Tom Keifer's official Facebook page and asked "Hey Tom, what are the odds of this oldie but goodie finding its way back into your set list?" :rofl2:

 

...it'll probably be deleted by the time y'all read this, but you never know, somebody from his camp might actually respond. :D

You dirty bastard. That's hilarious. I'mma have to check.

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Tom Keifer breaks his silence about the now infamous "Pat's Dogs" commercial!!

 

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YES!! Anybody know if Pat's Dogs is still around?

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Bumpin' this classic, because it's Chili Dog season. 

Pat's Dogs, if it still stands, should be like Graceland for Cinderella fans. 

All hail Brittingham!

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This commercial is one of the best videos ever to be found on youtube. Cinderella is my favorite band, and sometimes, I just need to watch this to go on with my life, haha. 

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