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The Land of Chocolate

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This article is about the song. For the fictional land, see The Land of Chocolate (location). For the level in The Simpsons Game, see The Land of Chocolate.
"The Land of Chocolate"
Song Information
Singers: Phil Hartman
Dan Castellaneta
Hank Azaria
Characters: Horst
Homer Simpson
Fritz
Length: 1:32
Writer(s): Music: Alf Clausen
Dialogue: Jon Vitti
Album: Go Simpsonic with The Simpsons
Appearance(s): "Burns Verkaufen der Kraftwerk"

"The Land of Chocolate" is a song that plays when Homer imagines The Land of Chocolate.

Lyrics[edit]

Horst:
You've been safety inspector for two years. What initiatives have you spearheaded in that time?
Homer:
Uh... all of them?'
Horst:
I see. Then you must have some good ideas for the future as well.
Homer:
I sure do!
Fritz:
Such as?
Homer:
Well, ah, I wish the candy machine wasn't so picky about taking beat-up dollar bills... because a lot of workers really like candy.
Horst:
We understand Homer. After all, we are from the land of chocolate.
Homer:
Mmm. The land of chocolate...
[The Land of Chocolate theme plays]
Homer:
La la la la la...
Fritz:
Mr. Simpson...
Homer:
La la la la la la...
Fritz:
Mr. Simpson...
Homer:
Oh, oh, oh. I'm sorry. We were talking about chocolate?
Horst:
That was ten minutes ago!

Behind the Laughter[edit]

It is the thirty-ninth track on the album Go Simpsonic with The Simpsons. It features only speaking parts with no singing.

Appearances[edit]