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"The Prostitute Song" is a parody of James Taylor's song "Your Smiling Face" from 1977. It was sung by Chef in the Season Four episode, "Fat Camp".


Chef is joined by James Taylor in a duet that explains his concept of prostitution to the boys. Principal Victoria interrupts the performance, causing Chef to blame James Taylor for his risqué lyrics.


A prostitute is someone who loves you
No matter who you are, or what you look like.
Yes, it's true, children.
That's not why you pay a prostitute, No, you don't pay her to stay, you pay her to leave afterwards.
That's why I praise the lord for prostitutes!

Ladies and Gentlemen, Mr. James Taylor!

James Taylor:
A prostitute is like any other woman
They all trade somethin' for sex and they do it well.

And that's why I say

Chef and James Taylor:
Prostitutes! Prostitutes! They--

Songs from Season Four
Annen Polka | Bu Bu Budio | Con te partirò | Dance of the Clogs | Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy | Democracy in Cuba | Der Hölle Rache | Don't Die On Us | Even A Miracle Needs A Hand | Fingerbang | Hukilau | I Can't Wait Until I Grow Up | I Don't Want to Wait | I Walk Hand in Hand with Jesus | Itsy Bitsy Spider | La donna è mobile | Little Bunny Foo Foo | Non più andrai | Old Time Rock and Roll | Page d'écriture | Silent Night | Spilled Blood on the Footsteps of My Mind (Revisited) | Circle of Poo | The Four Seasons: Spring | The Miracle Worker | The Prostitute Song | Third Grade Memories | Timmy and the Lords of the Underworld | Welcome to This World | Wendy's Audition Song | You Got It, Girl | You'll Never Find Another Love Like Mine

See also: List of Songs | List of Minor Characters from Season Four | Season Four