Interpretations:E Eats Everything

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Interpretation 1[edit]

A song that teaches the alphabet while stressing the fact that the words "eats" and "everything" start with the letter E. —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talkcontribs) 05:13, 2005 February 23

Interpretation 2[edit]

It's pretty obvious that the only lyric that doesn't rhyme, Soda, alludes to "Coke" as Coke would rhyme with "smoke". —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talkcontribs) 22:51, 2005 March 31

I think that it's soda because Coke is a brand of soda, and TMBG didn't wnt to pay the Coca Cola company every time he sings the word "coke". --Author unknown
I seriously doubt that. TMBG don't have to pay royalties to Proctor & Gambill for AKA Driver containing 'NyQuill', so why would they have to pay royalties for 'Coke'? It's far more likely that it was a combination of TMBG's love of non-rhyming lines, the fact that this is a kid's song and thus they may have felt bad about advertising a singular brand, and probably because it means kids would drink less lemonade. Kids should enjoy all soda-related beverages. That, and it makes the line funnier. --MooseBlaster 11:32, 9 August 2006 (UTC)
Or, maybe because Coke doesn't start with a K! Kolrad 05:09, 19 April 2008 (UTC)

Z's and Ecstasy[edit]

I believe that Z's may possibly be munching down Ecstasy. Why? Z is usually seen as a relatively lazy and dormant letter. Perhaps Z needed a 'pick-me-up' in the morning.... your call :D --MooseBlaster 11:32, 9 August 2006 (UTC)

In a kids' song? --Jnelson09 00:00, 19 February 2008 (UTC)

Letter Frequency[edit]

E is the most common letter, and Z is the least. This explains why those two are set apart from the other 24.

I thought X was the least common. —When Cheese Met Chalk

My thoughts[edit]

A nice little song about letter cannibalism. —When Cheese Met Chalk


It's me. I'm E. --Apostrophe T (talk) 22:02, 6 June 2022 (EDT) (aka McFatty)