“McDonald's (Is Your Kind of Place)”


"McDonalds is your kind of place, Hamburgers in your face, (French fries) up your nose, (Catsup) between your toes. The last time I was there, They stole my underwear, McDonalds (is the place for me/is your kind of place)."


I make the assumption that, if I learned a kids's song from a source other than my parents or school, it qualifies as a folk song. This seems to fit that bill.

The Pankakes claim that the tune of this is "Down by the Riverside." Not in the version I know! There is similarity, but they are definitely not the same. But I may not be typical. - RBW


  1. Pankake-PHCFSB, p. 38, "McDonald's" (1 text, tune referenced)
  2. BI, PFCF038b


Author: unknown
Earliest date: 1984
Found in: US