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ROBO-ROM

ROBO-ROM
(To tune of “Honey Bun” from Rodgers and Hammerstein Broadway Musical Show “South Pacific).

Our favorite chum
Robo-Rom
Put down a big bet, a large sum
On the White House, bought for cash outright

A gaffe, a ho-hum
Poor Robo-Rom
As funny as used chewing gum
Pithy Robo-Rom’s a bit uptight

He flunked out of Cotillion
His instincts seem Reptilian
His smile is un-Brazilian son
It’s sprayed on, looks frayed on

He has no clue
What real folks do
So how can he help, me or you?
He won’t throw you a crumb
Hitch your fate to Robo-Rom
Yea, Right!

Refrain

His platform yells conserving
The poor are undeserving
His voice sounds flat, and tells you that
This man is unnerving

Who’ll maximize
Huge Super-Pacs
While his wife drives
Two Cadillacs
If you’re rich or you’re dumb
Hitch your fate to Robo-Rom
Yea, right!

Second Refrain
He likes to fire workers
Says unemployed are shirkers
He gets his kicks, from pick up sticks
In corporate tear-jerkers

Should you play in
His campaign band
And Robo win
You’ll soon get canned
Songs of woe you will strum
Hitch your fate to Robo-Rom
Yea, Right!

Lyric © 2012 by Robert S. Steinberg, Esquire
All rights reserved

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