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I Am Their Queen

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"I Am Their Queen"
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Song Information
Singers: Dan Castellaneta
Tress MacNeille
Pamela Hayden
Marcia Wallace
Yeardley Smith
Characters: Teachers
Lisa Simpson
Length: 0:52
Writer(s): Music: Alf Clausen
Lyrics: Dana Gould
Album: The Simpsons: Testify
Appearance(s): "The President Wore Pearls"

"I Am Their Queen" is a song sung by Lisa Simpson, the teachers and staff at Springfield Elementary School as they give Lisa a make over, using her vanity to distract her from her work as a newly elected class president.


Eyes, pearls, smile, hairpoints,
Dress, voice, shoes, Swatch watch.
I may be the new girl,
But you can't brainwash me.
Just Osh Kosh B'gosh me
And then leave me be.
To fight for kid power
I must be heard not seen.
I have to lead wisely
Not just primp and preen.
Nails, dimples, ears, scrunchie,
Purse, lunchbox, teeth, Milhouse.
This beauting-up suits me,
There's beauty within me.
So let's Olsen Twin me,
Give them someone to love.
This grown-up makeover
Has made me a super tween.
For they are my people
And I am their queen!

Behind the Laughter[edit]

The song is a parody of "Rainbow High" from the musical Evita. It is part of "The President Wore Pearls (Medley)" track on the album The Simpsons: Testify.