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Happy Birthday, Mr. Burns

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"Happy Birthday, Mr. Burns"
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Song Information
Singers: Harry Shearer
The Ramones
Characters: Mr. Burns
Waylon Smithers
Ramones
Length: 0:40
Writer(s): Orignal lyrics: Mildred J. Hill
Patty Hill
Parody lyrics: John Swartzwelder
Album: Go Simpsonic with The Simpsons
Appearance(s): "Rosebud"

"Happy Birthday, Mr. Burns" is a somewhat inappropriate punk rock version of "Happy Birthday to You" performed by the Ramones.

Lyrics[edit]

Smithers:
Here are several fine young men who I'm sure are gonna go far. Ladies and gentlemen, the Ramones.
(audience applauds)
Mr. Burns:
My, these minstrels will soothe my jangled nerves.
Joey Ramone:
I'd just like to say this gig sucks!
Johnny Ramone:
Hey, up yours, Springfield!
Joey Ramone:
One two three four!
The Ramones:
Happy birthday to you! (Happy birthday!)
Happy birthday TO YOU!! (Happy birthday!)
Happy birthday, Burnsie!
Happy birthday TO YOU!!!
(audience applauds)
C. J. Ramone:
Go to Hell, you old bastard!
Marky Ramone:
Hey, I think they liked us.
Mr. Burns:
Have the Rolling Stones killed.
Smithers:
Uh, sir, those aren't—
Mr. Burns:
Do as I say!

Behind the Laughter[edit]

The song is a parody of "Happy Birthday to You", written by Mildred J. Hill and Patty Hill. It is the thirteenth track on the album Go Simpsonic with The Simpsons.

Appearances[edit]