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21 Best Songs About Chocolate To Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth

Great songs for music lovers with a sweet tooth.



Best Songs About Chocolate

The best songs about chocolate explore everyone’s favorite dessert treat from a variety of angles ranging from chocolate addiction to satirical takes on the food.

It’s a food that conjures up rich and vivid images, representing gluttony and luxury in equal measure and a guilty pleasure for many people.

Continue reading, and we’ll cover the best songs about chocolate you can listen to, from classic music from the 1940s to modern-day pop and rock anthems.


The 21 Best Songs About Chocolate

Great songs about chocolate have been recorded by some of the world’s leading artists and bands, including Kylie Minogue and Deacon Blue.

For this playlist, we’ve included tracks from a diverse selection of artists who tackle the subject in their own unique way, covering music catering to all tastes.

Now that you know our criteria, here’s our playlist of the 21 best songs about chocolate:


21. “Chocolate Pope” – Electric Six

We’re kicking off this complete playlist of chocolate-themed songs with “Chocolate Pope” by American rock band Electric Six.

“I bought my girlfriend a chocolate pope, ’cause she seems to be at the end of her rope,” the lyrics sing, “Italian candy with SWISS chocolate flavor, such a delicious, delicious way.”

Electric Six released the song “Chocolate Pope” in 2006 on their third album Switzerland, the first release to feature no songs with the word “dance” in the lyrics.


20. “Chocolate #2” – The Time

The Time released “Chocolate #2” on their popular album from 1990, a funk rock gem that smashed the charts and was certified gold.

It’s a fun, upbeat tune that doesn’t take itself too seriously and reminded some critics of the Blaxploitation movie genre and music of George Clinton.

The album, Pandemonium, featured many more songs about food, including “Cooking Class” and “Skillet,” intermingled with sexy lyrics.


19. “Chocolate Rain” – Tay Zonday

Tay Zonday hit the charts with “Chocolate Rain” in 2007, a pop smash with a vibrant music video that anyone with a sweet tooth will love.

“Chocolate Rain History quickly crashing through your veins,” Tay Zonday sings in the song, continuing, “Chocolate Rain, using you to fall back down again.”

The title track from his popular album, “Chocolate Rain,” is a musical sweet treat for anyone who loves to eat chocolate bars.


18. “Gimme Chocolate!!” – BABYMETAL

One of the more abrasive and powerful songs about chocolate is “Gimme Chocolate!!” by BABYMETAL, the Japanese band known for its flamboyancy.

This hit song from the J-pop metal idol group combines thrashing guitars with a tongue-in-cheek sense of humor that Japanese bands are well known for.

“Gimme Chocolate!!” was released on the self-titled BABYMETAL album in 2014, receiving praise from critics for its absurd and fun style.


17. “Chocolate City” – Parliament

Funkadelic Maestros Parliament’s entry to this playlist of chocolate songs, “Chocolate City,” hit the music scene in 1975.

Blending wonderful instrumental arrangements with George Clinton’s inimitable vocal style, it’s a song about chocolate design to get up and dance to.

The title track from Parliament’s third studio album was written to represent the solidarity of African-Americans at the time.


16. “Ms. Chocolate” – Lil Jon

Lil Jon is no stranger to writing popular music, with his release “Yeah!” one of those songs everyone knows and loves to listen to on a summer’s day.

“Ms. Chocolate” was written and performed with Lil Jon, Mario, and R. Kelly, a typically soulful slice of rhythm and blues from the early 2010s.

The former frontman of Lil Jon & the East Side Boyz, he’s gone on to enjoy a hugely successful solo career with many awards and best-selling releases in his discography.


15. “Cigarettes And Chocolate Milk” – Rufus Wainwright

Rufus Wainwright’s song “Cigarettes and Chocolate Milk” views the delicious treat through the prism of addition to substances.

“Cigarettes and chocolate milk, these are just a couple of my cravings,” he sings, “Everything it seems I like’s a little bit stronger, a little bit thicker, a little bit harmful for me.”

“Cigarettes and Chocolate Milk” was released on Rufus Wainwright’s album Poses, produced in 2001 in conjunction with Alex Gifford from the Propellerheads.


14. “Chocolate Cake” – Crowded House

Rock band Crowded House took a stab at writing a song about chocolate in 1991, resulting in their lead single “Chocolate Cake.”

It’s a satirical swipe at the obesity levels of the American people and led to some controversy in the media when it was released to the public.

Crowded House is perhaps best known for “Saturday Sun,” a great song about Saturday that many people play when enjoying a relaxing weekend.


13. “Chocolate Salty Balls” – Isaac Hayes

Fans of this hit comedy animated television series South Park will instantly recognize this great song about chocolate from soul legend Isaac Hayes.

“Chocolate Salty Balls” takes the iconic singing style of Hayes and transforms it through hilarious lyrics as Hayes performs in the character of Chef.

During his long and illustrious career, Issac Hayes won several Grammy Awards, with many more nominations to his name.


12. “A Chocolate Sundae On A Saturday Night” – Doris Day

“A Chocolate Sundae on a Saturday Night” by Doris Day takes us back to the 1940s for one of the all-time classic songs about chocolate.

Released in 1947, it’s a suitably sweet and endearing tune with Day’s mellifluous voice and lush instrumentation underpinning the lyrics.

Doris Day would follow up her singing career with a prolific career in Hollywood, appearing in movies such as Calamity Jane and The Man Who Knew Too Much by Alfred Hitchcock.


11. “Chocolate” – The 1975

The 1975’s simply-titled song “Chocolate” is a fine indie rock anthem from 2013 that blended elements of dance and electronic genres to great effect.

The song’s lyrics explore the adventures of a couple on the run from the feds, speeding through chocolate cities and refusing to give up hope.

“Chocolate” by The 1975 was released on their self-titled debut album, picking up a nomination for Anthem of the Summer at the UK Festival Awards.


10. “Chocolate Girl” – Deacon Blue

Deacon Blue enjoyed a great deal of success during the 1980s, with many releases hitting the official charts in the UK, including three top-ten hits.

“Chocolate Girl” offered fans a quintessential slice of the Deacon Blue style, hitting the charts along with a suitably 1980s music video.

“Chocolate Girl” was released on their 1987 album Raintown, their first release, which proved to be a commercial success, selling over a million copies worldwide.


9. Talkin’ Candy Bar Blues” – Peter, Paul And Mary

Peter, Paul and Mary are well known for their cute and approachable pop music, with “Talkin’ Candy Bar Blues” being no exception.

“Bought a candy bar the other day, only ate half, gonna throw the rest away,” the lyrics sing, continuing, “When I saw this kid playin’ in the street, I said, “Hey kid, you want somethin’ to eat?”

It’s a classic pop song from the mid-1960s which was featured on the Peter, Paul, and Mary album A Song Will Rise.


8. “Chocolate” – Kylie Minogue

Kylie Minogue has enjoyed a successful career and is known for releasing one of the best karaoke songs of all time, “Can’t Get You Out of My Head.”

Her song “Chocolate” is equally catchy and infectious, with Minogue’s consistently gorgeous vocals set to a toe-tapping beat and poppy melodies.

Featured on the Kylie Minogue album Body Language, “Chocolate” is a pop music classic that featured A Guevara along with Minogue.


7. “Mars Bars” – The Undertones

The Undertones tapped into the public’s taste in chocolate with the song “Mars Bars,” an alternative rock ballad from 1979.

“I need a Mars Bar I’ve had total fun,” the lyrics of this great song go, continuing with a reference to the ad slogan, “It helps me, makes me, work rest and play.”

“Mars Bars” is another tongue-in-cheek reference to all things chocolate, with a fun namedrop of David Bowie thrown in for good measure.


6. “Chocolate Chip” – Isaac Hayes Ft. Dionne Warwick

We’re bringing back soul icon Issac Hayes once again for another cool chocolate-themed song, “Chocolate Chip,” which he sang with Dionne Warwick.

First released by Issac Hayes in 1975, it’s another great song for people with a sweet tooth who like their vocals and music as sweet as a chocolate snack.

Like Hayes, Dionne Warwick had a successful career spanning decades and is ranked among the biggest hitmakers between 1955 and 1999.


5. “Hot Chocolate Boy” – Beat Happening

“Hot Chocolate Boy” by Beat Happening takes us back to the early 1990s for another slice of chocolate-themed indie pop music.

“Deep sweet and bitter, spoon in and a place for breakfast,” the repetitive and catchy lyrics go, continuing with, “Hot chocolate boy, hot frost and creamy, he was only dreamy.”

Taken from the Beat Happening album Dreamy, “Hot Chocolate Boy” is an unusual song in the fact that it was partly recorded in the band’s living room.


4. “Chocolate” – Kiana Ledé Ft. Ari Lennox

Anyone with a chocolate addiction will fully relate to the lyrics in the Kiana Lede song featuring the vocals of Ari Lennox.

“So chocolate, craving it, so amazing like it ain’t real, mmm,” the dreamy vocals say, continuing with, “So unassuming, you got me losing it, it ain’t fair, no.”

It’s another awesome song about chocolate addiction that was released with a colorful and vibrant official music video in 2020.


3. “Chocolate Jesus” – Tom Waits

Tom Waits has released many hit songs throughout his career, from the great song about waiting, “Hold On,” to the excellent “Chocolate Jesus.”

It’s a wonderfully bluesy song from Waits, which he performed live using a megaphone to sing through rather than a traditional microphone.

“Chocolate Jesus” was released by Tom Waits in 1999 on his live album At the Terminal – Burbank Airport ’99, to critical and commercial acclaim.


2. “Chocolate” – Snow Patrol

“Chocolate” by Snow Patrol was released in 2003 on the album Final Straw and is one of the few songs on the topic that doesn’t feature the word in its lyrics.

Instead, Snow Patrol sings about growing up and coming to the realization that life is slipping you by and it’s becoming too late to achieve your goals and ambitions.

The Scottish band Snow Patrol first rose to acclaim in the mid-2000s and was the recipient of multiple awards over the years, including Most Memorable Moment at the UK Festival Awards.


1. “Savoy Truffle” – The Beatles

The Beatles need no introduction, becoming famous around the world and releasing some of the best songs of all time across any music genre.

“Savoy Truffle” was released on the seminal album known as the White Album and is one of the few songs by the Beatles to feature George Harrison on vocal duties.

George Harrison was inspired by chocolate lover Eric Clapton and the song represented a marked growth in Harrison’s singer-songwriting abilities.



That’s a wrap on this guide to the best songs about chocolate you can listen to, exploring the topic across the history of music and covering all genres.

With tracks about chocolate released on all the major music platforms, it’s something that everyone can identify with in their lives.

Whether you’re a chocolate cake lover or prefer milk chocolate, there’s a classic and contemporary song here worthy of adding to your playlist.

What’s the best song about chocolate, in your opinion? Leave a comment below.

Andy has been producing music since the early days of Cubase and spent much of the 2000s mixing house and techno with his trusty Technics 1200s. Fast forward two decades, you'll find him in his home studio experimenting with the latest music production software, tinkering with Ableton plug-ins, and occasionally trying (and failing) to complete Cuphead for the hundredth time.