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His Cheeseburger (also known as the Cheeseburger Song) is the eighth Silly Song that debuted in the VeggieTales episode "Madame Blueberry".

Due to the "The Song of the Cebú" incident, Archibald cancels "Silly Songs with Larry" and replaces it with "Love Songs with Mr. Lunt." Archibald thinks that Mr. Lunt is going to sing about his childhood in Connecticut, but he instead sings about the intense desire between a cheeseburger and a hungry Jerry Gourd who arrives at the Burger Bell drive-through too late. Additionally, at the end, he adds that Mr. Lunt says that he grew up in New Jersey.


Mr. Lunt: He said to her, "I'd like a cheeseburger...

And I might like a milkshake as well..."

She said to him, "I can't give you either."

And he said, "Isn't this Burger Bell?"

She said, "Yes it is but we're closed now, but we open tomorrow at ten."

He said, "I am extremely hungry, but I guess I can wait until then."

'Cause you're his cheeseburger!

His yummy cheeseburger!

He'll wait for you.

Yeah! He'll wait for you.

Oh, you are his cheeseburger!

His tasty cheeseburger.

He'll wait for you.

Oh, he will wait for you.

He stayed at the drive-thru till sunrise.

He may have dozed off once or twice.

When he spotted a billboard for Denny's

Bacon and eggs for half price!

How could he resist such an offer?

He really needed something to munch.

Cheeseburger, please do not get angry. (Don't get angry!)

He'll eat and be back here for lunch!

Cause you're his cheeseburger! (Cheeseburger!)

His precious cheeseburger! (Cheeseburger!)

Be back for you! He'll be back for you!

Won't be so long cheeseburger! (Cheeseburger!)

Oh lovely cheeseburger! (Cheeseburger!)

Be back for you!

Oh, he'll be back for you.

Cause he loves you cheeseburger with all his heart! (Cheeseburger, cheeseburger!)

And there ain't nothin' gonna tear you two apart! (Cheeseburger, cheeseburger!)

And if the world suddenly ran out of cheese, (Cheeseburger, cheeseburger!)

He would get down on his hands and knees, (Cheeseburger, cheeseburger!)

To see if someone accidentally dropped some cheese in the dirt. (Cheese in the dirt!)

And he would wash it off for you! (Wash it!)

Wipe it off for you! (Wipe it!)

(Clean it!) Clean that dirty cheese off just for you... (For you!)

You are his cheeseburger.

Behind the Scenes

The origins of the song came about when Mike Nawrocki originally had the idea of a love song called "Drive-Thru Girl", which was about Larry having a crush on a girl working at a drive-thru window. Mike felt that it was inappropriate to put Larry in that position, so he tried using Mr. Lunt instead, but felt that the idea was creepy. Eventually, Mike decided it would be funnier if it was a love song about cheeseburgers, and then put Jerry in the scenario with Mr. Lunt just singing as a narrator. He and Kurt got inspiration from listening to albums by Meat Loaf and Air Supply. Kurt Heinecke stated in The End of Silliness? commentary that Mike's original verse for the song had accidentally copied the melody of a song from a Spanish soap opera Mike used to watch. It was changed after Mike's wife, Lisa, reminded him. A new melody was written by Kurt as a replacement for the final song.

Fun Facts


  • This is the first Silly Song to not feature Larry.
  • This Silly Song is considered to be a sequel to the "Song Of The Cebu" as the latter is alluded to by Archibald in his speech and was the previous Silly Song produced.
  • *According to Mike Nawrocki in the "End of Silliness?" audio commentary, a few lyrics to the unfinished "Bear Trap" Silly Song (which was originally intended to have a similar tune to "His Cheeseburger") were as follows:
    • "She said to me, 'You're stuck in a bear trap. And you may need some help getting out.'"
    • "She said [...] 'And I think that that moose has gout.'"
  • This song, along with "The Forgive-O-Matic," was featured on the TV version of "The Gourds Must Be Crazy." During its airing, after Larry’s line "So what are you saying?", it cuts directly to the beginning of the song.
  • Some international dubs of have the song featured on the exclusive released episode "Englishman with an Omelet."
    • For the Brazilian Portuguese spin-off Os Amigos Vegetais, the song appears in the episode "Os Três Amigos."
  • A portion of the song could be played in the "Silly Songs with Robots" section in the computer game Veggie Carnival.
  • An instrumental version of the song is played during the end credits of every VeggieTales "Sing-Along" DVD.
  • This is the last Silly Song to be edited by Mike Nawrocki.
  • Mr. Lunt's voice starts to become more high pitched starting in this.
  • John Wahba provided the sound effects for the song.
  • The song appeared on a Chuck E. Cheese's Showtape from September 2001. It includes the intro used from "The Ultimate Silly Song Countdown" instead of the "Bear Trap" scene.
  • The song was featured on the "WOW 1999" video and album.
  • A instrumental "muzak" version of the song can be heard playing in the background of the Stuff-Mart food court in "Madame Blueberry" and when the "Technical Difficulties" card appears in "The Ballad of Little Joe."

Real World References

  • Burger Bell is a parody of Burger King and Taco Bell. The mascot is also a clown, much like McDonald's mascot, Ronald McDonald.
  • Denny's is an American diner founded at Lakewood, California and headquartered in Spartanburg, South Carolina.
  • Jerry's car resembles a Ford Festiva


  • The light bulbs on the clown vanish when daylight comes.
  • One side of Mr. Lunt's mustache is cut short near the end of the song.
    • His mustache is also crooked at the end as well.



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