One question for you, my treasured, precious, ol' Internet: why-oh-why must all lyrics databases be rife with pop-ups, gauche ads, and mistakes, perpetuating mondegreens and annoying all decent lyric-hunters? And, as for you, my dear Wikipedia: why, pray tell, can't you create a legit lyrics wiki? (Or have you, behind my back, you rascal!?)
And why, Julia, are you talking about this song? I happed upon it while baking these cinnfully cashew-money rolls. And it's a catchy oldies song.
Thanks to permission from the authors, I adapted from this recipe. I made up my own original frosting, which is sweet, and used my own filling concoction and flour substitutes for the dough, which is soft and tender. Just about the best treat ever, and the saturated fat in the coconut oil is actually beneficial.
1/4 cup applesauce
1/4-1/3 cup maple syrup
1/4 cup currants (raisins or chopped dates would also be great)
(didn't add extra salt)
1 Tablespoon raw cashew butter (could try almond butter, sunflower seed butter, or experiment with other flavors, like peanut butter, plus using a bit of banana instead of all sweet potato in the dough! Nothing like PB & Bananas. Ooo! Also, you could use less or no cinnamon and use unsweetened cocoa powder instead . . .)
1/4 cup vanilla So Delicious coconut yogurt (I like this stuff, but whatever yogurt you have on hand. If it's unsweetened, I'd use at least a Tablespoon of maple syrup instead of just a teaspoon)
1 teaspoon maple syrup
1 teaspoon coconut oil (or your other oil, or just skip this. I don't think it's super vital to the consistency)
dash of cinnamon
Begin to roll from one of the long ends (one of the ends with the oil to seal it). A large, thin spatula (aka rubber scraper) coated with flour can help you pry the stubborn dough off the board if that's an issue. Also, if pieces of dough come loose, push them back into the loaf and continue, or try attaching at the end.
Once the dough has been rolled into a tight spiral, use a piece of thick thread or dental floss to slide underneath the spiral, then pull up, criss-crossing your hands and the two ends of the thread to slice. Situate the rolls into your oiled pans with about a cm circumference of personal space per roll. Bake for approx. 30 to 40 minutes, until a toothpick inserted into a roll in the center of the pan comes out clean.
Heat frosting ingredients on high in microwave for about 30 seconds then stir well with a fork (my version didn't need additional salt. My cashew butter was unsalted, but I'd suggest adding to taste). Then drape warm frosting over rolls, which just popped out of the oven (on their own accord! They are yodeling, screaming (in a screamo sort of way?), begging to be devoured! But don't let them catch you off guard. You might just damage your jaw if you're reaching under the cupboards).
Enjoy this taste of the sky, or, rather, of cinn-ful heaven!