To the tune of Music of the Night (from The Phantom of the Opera), music by Andrew Lloyd Webber, lyrics by Charles Hart, additional lyrics by Richard Stilgoe, as performed by Teatro:
Shar-ron An-gle, lowers expectations,
She keeps yakking, asking for donations,
Nutty and so fruity, she looks like Howdy Doody…
Slowly, surely, watch as the plot thickens,
Should have picked the lady with the chickens,
Angle is half-boiled, thinks the unemployed are spoiled,
Thinks adoption by gay people is a blight,
Just listen to that airhead from the right.
She talks, crazy, to all her supporters,
Then she, runs when, she sees the reporters,
Let the Rethugs spin, but the stink is from within,
With their policies of bigotry and spite,
Embodied by this dipshit from the right.
If you’re too lazy to click over to Youtube, kids, here’s the shorter version that I used. Go ahead and sing along:
If you want to hear the longer version sung by an absolutely fabulous singer I never heard of until yesterday, listen to Anthony Warlow. I just love this guy’s voice: