ZZ Top’s song “TV Dinners” was taken from their 1983 album Eliminator. The song was recorded by Terry Manning and mixed by Bill Ham, the band manager. It is a simple beat-driven song with lyrics about pre-packaged and oven-ready meals. It was released as a single and reached #38 on Billboard’s Top Rock Tracks Charts. Robert Palmer recorded “TV Dinners” for his 2003 studio album Drive.
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ZZ Top TV Dinners Song
TV dinners, there's nothin' else to eat TV dinners, they really can't be beat I like 'em frozen but you understand I throw 'em in and wave 'em and I'm a brand new man, oh yeah TV dinners, they're goin' to my head TV dinners my skin is turnin' red Twenty year old turkey in a thirty year old tin I can't wait until tomorrow and thaw one out again, oh yeah TV dinners, I'm feelin' kinda rough TV dinners, this one's kinda tough I like the enchiladas and the teriyaki too I even like the chicken if the sauce is not too blue And they're mine, all mine, oh yeah And they sure are fine Gotta have 'em, gimme somethin' now Also Read: Enrico casarosa discusses how his crew created Luca, a coming-of-age tale set in a fictional Italian city