|From the episode:||When a Man (or a Freight Train) Loves His Cookie|
|Singers:||Freight Train and the Palpitations|
|Voices:||Craig Robinson, Mike Henry, Jason Sudeikis, Seth MacFarlane|
"I'm Feeling Ookie, Cookie" is sung by Freight Train to honor and win back Evelyn Brown after she leaves him for George Clinton in "When a Man (or a Freight Train) Loves His Cookie". To get Freight Train onstage, Tim mauls George Clinton and the P-Funk All-Stars and Freight Train, Cleveland and his friends fill in for the band.
[As the music starts and the guys sing backup, Cookie looks up in surprise]
LeVar: I want to send this out to the only woman who's ever really mattered in my life.
My wife, Evelyn "Cookie" Brown.
Cookie, I made mistakes. I treated you wrong. But ever since you left me, I've been feeling sick, so bad.
Everybody, gather 'round in a circle because...
I'm feeling ookie, Cookie Backup: Cookie
because of me you're such a mess
I'm eating my words now, Cookie
And they don't taste the best
Some people think it's just a game
But to me it means a lot
Backup: Quite a lot
LeVar: My aim, it might be shaky, but I'm going to give it, give it one last shot
I'm feeling ookie, Cookie
I think Cookie Monster put it best when he said "'C' is for Cookie, and that's good enough for me"
Yeah, those other women don't mean nothing. In fact, you know what? I'm going to call them right now... [Picks up a phone]
Hello, Beatrice? Its Freight Train. We're through.
Hi, is this the Waffle House? Let me speak to Joylisa. Baby I gotta quit you.
Hello Marline, we're done. Now give the phone to your mama.
Hey Doreen, you know why you daughter's crying? Same goes for you. It's over. Why? I'll tell you why... [Smashes the phone]
I'mmmm feeling ookie, Cookie Backup: Cookie, Cookie
I've been a big, old nasty jerk
It would be a big load off Backup: Big huge hole
If we can make this work
Soooo, come onnnnnn Cookie!