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Spaghetti Warehouse jingle praised as song of the summer

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An unexpectedly hot new track is tearing up the internet today, leaving in its wake a flurry of excited tweets and meatballs, music and meatball-related music.

In honour of its 40th anniversary, Texas-based family restaurant chain Spaghetti Warehouse has dropped its first ever single on -- and much like the prospect of eating almost any of the foods mentioned within the song, it's really, really good.

The Spaghetti Warehouse Song is "an original composition by a Grammy award winning production team" according to the restaurant's website.

Some are speculating that the catchy jingle, which seems more befitting of a Taylor Swift album than a radio ad, is covertly being sung by an already-successful artist.

The singer of the tune has yet to be revealed, but the song is catching on like wildfire among the digital publics. In one day, the lyrics have been transcribed for, a parody music video has been uploaded to YouTube, and it's even got a ukulele cover.

The song is so catchy that many are declaring it the third major club banger of summer 2013 (Daft Punk's Get Lucky and Robin Thicke's Blurred Lines being the first and second, respectively.)

Others are cracking jokes about the song's runaway success. We think.

Do you have a favourite jingle or commercial song? Share a link or describe it in the comments section below!

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