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eat it, eat it Eat it, eat it, eat it, eat it Eat it, eat it, eat it, eat it If it's gettin' cold, reheat it Have a big dinner, have a light snack If you don't like it, you can't send it back Just eat it, eat .

Eat It" is a 1984 song by comedy music artist "Weird Al" Yankovic. It is a spoof of "Beat It" by Michael Jackson. The track was both a commercial and critical success, earning Yankovic a Grammy Award. It peaked at in the United States, and reached in Australia. The famous guitar solo, originally performed by Eddie Van Halen, was reproduced by Yankovic's producer, Rick Derringer.

So eat it Don't you tell me you're full Just eat it, eat it Get yourself an egg and beat it Have some more chicken Have some more pie It doesn't matter If it's boiled or fried Just eat it, just eat it Just eat it, just eat it, Woo! Your table manners are a crying shame You're playing with your food, this ain't some kind of game Now, if you starve to death You'll just have yourself to blame So eat it. Just eat it. You better listen, better do as you're told You haven't even touched your tuna casserole You better chow down, or . .

For Weird Al Yankovic, Eat It was both a hit song and a creative mantra. Yankovic doubled down on the satirical nature of the track by essentially filming a shot-for-shot remake of Jackson’s brilliant Beat It video, all the way down to the choreographed street gang fight/dance-off and the iconic multi-zipper, red leather jacket. Not only did the Eat It video earn Yankovic heavy rotation on MTV, but it also led the network to give him the recurring blank check of Al TV, a multi-hour block of airtime to essentially do whatever he wanted.

Album: Weird Al Yankovic in 3-D (1984). Charted: 36 12. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. On BBC 3's 100 Most Annoying Songs, Weird Al Yankovic said: "I was very surprised to get permission from Michael Jackson, this is 1984 when I did 'Eat It,' when Michael was the King of Pop. We sent him a request, can we do a parody of your song and call it 'Eat It?' We thought we'd never hear back, it took a few weeks but we heard back and he said 'yeah that's fine. In an interview with the Metro newspaper August 1, 2003 Yankovic added: "He was the first megastar to give his blessing. When he let me do 'Eat It,' it raised.

Weird Al" Yankovic (1983). Okay, so number 14 of 14 is Al’s debut album. This is by no means a bad album, but as Al continued making music over the years he really came into his own, and refined the craft of musical humor which left this album in the metaphorical dust. The parodies on this album are decent enough. The originals leave a bit to be desired. His second album was a huge hit, mainly because of his popular Michael Jackson parody "Eat I. The song actually remained Al's highest-charting single until 2006, and the music video is a terrific shot-by-shot spoof of the original. Another great parody on the album is "Theme from Rocky XIII (The Rye or the Kaiser)" which jokes about how many Rocky movies there can be.

Weird Al's song "Eat it" Can be found on Two CD's entitled "Weird Al" Yankovic The Food Album and The Essential "Weird Al" Yankovic The Essential "Weird Al" Yankovic can be found in Wal-marts currently. I found my "Weird Al" Yankovic The Food Album at an old CD store so I'm sure you cna find one of those CDs in stores.

Weird Al" Yankovic - Al in the Studio. A behind-the-scenes look at "Weird Al" Yankovic and his band in the studio during the making of the "Straight Outta Lynwood" album. 3 November 2009 ·. youtube. Weird Al Doing Eat It LIVE. com/user/romionoe ww. yspace. com/romionoe Follow Me On Twitter And Know the Minute I Upload Something!, Twitter: onoe Live In AD/HD.

Complete your Weird Al Yankovic collection.

With his new album "Mandatory Fun," "Weird Al" Yankovic is up to his usual hijinks - selecting some of the most defining pop songs of the past few years and spoofing them with some devastatingly funny one-liners. How does Yankovic do it? With razor-sharp wit that never cuts too deep, and an inherent silliness that can make the stone-faced adults giggle like little kids

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Eat It
Written-By – A. Yankovic*, M. Jackson*
B That Boy Could Dance
Written-By – A. Yankovic*

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – CBS Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – CBS Inc.
  • Manufactured By – CBS Records
  • Manufactured By – CBS Inc.
  • Distributed By – CBS Dischi S.p.A.
  • Produced For – High Calibre Productions, Inc.
  • Mastered At – Sterling Sound


  • Producer – Rick Derringer


Both tracks taken from the Rock'N'Roll LP: "'Weird Al' Yankovic In 3-D" BFZ 39221.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Other: SIAE on LABEL

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ZS4 04374 Weird Al Yankovic* Eat It ‎(7") Rock'n'Roll Records, Scotti Bros. Records ZS4 04374 US 1984
7Y0059 "Weird Al" Yankovic Eat It ‎(7", Single) Rock'n'Roll Records, Scotti Brothers 7Y0059 Japan 1984
A 4257 "Weird Al" Yankovic Eat It ‎(7", Single) Scotti Bros. Records A 4257 UK 1984
ZS4 04374 Weird Al Yankovic* Eat It ‎(7", Promo) Rock'n'Roll Records, Scotti Bros. Records ZS4 04374 US 1984
ES 952 Weird Al Yankovic* Eat It ‎(7", Single, Promo) Epic, Rock'n'Roll Records ES 952 Australia 1984

Weird Al Yankovic - Eat It FLAC album
Weird Al Yankovic
Eat It
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1996 mb
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1142 mb
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1885 mb
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