He Is the Great Gazumba

He is the great Gazumba;
no one knows if he can dance the rumba,
but his terrible tweets carry great weight
while opponents rightly worry about their fate.

Anyone who says Gazumba is corrupt
would disappear in a way abrupt.
He trucks no dissidents
and hushes up illegal incidents.

He is the great Gazumba;
no one knows if he can dance the rumba,
but his terrible tweets carry great weight
while opponents rightly worry about their fate.

The Good Book says, “Pride goes before the fall,”
and if it be known his supporters are opponents all,
and as he surely to the edge of the cliff will come,
all those supporters toward him quickly will run.

He is the great Gazumba;
no one knows if he can dance the rumba,
but his terrible tweets carry great weight
while opponents rightly worry about their fate.

Those turncoat supporters gave chase
yelling that the Great Gazumba is a disgrace.
They pushed him over the edge far down to the mean streets,
yelling we have had enough of your terrible tweets.

He is the great Gazumba;
no one knows if he can dance the rumba;
his tweets no longer carry great weight
and opponents no longer worry about their fate.

But the disloyal supporters turned from the edge
and hailed the Vice-Gazumba as the new head,
someone even worse it’s said than the Great Gazumba
Opponents said, “If that’s all there is, my friend,
then let’s just go dance the rumba.”

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