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"Señor Burns"
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Song Information
Singers: Tito Puente
Characters: Tito Puente
Length: 1:16
Writer(s): Bill Oakley
Josh Weinstein
Alf Clausen
Album: Songs in the Key of Springfield
Appearance(s): "Who Shot Mr. Burns? (Part Two)"

"Señor Burns" is an Emmy-nominated song performed by Tito Puente and his Latin Jazz Ensemble in the episode "Who Shot Mr. Burns? (Part Two)."

Background[edit]

Puente wrote the song out of revenge for Mr. Burns' causing him to be downsized from Springfield Elementary School after Burns stole the school's oil. Puente felt that a "slanderous mambo" was a more fitting and more thorough vengeance than shooting Burns. Chief Wiggum cleared Puente as a suspect in Burns' shooting after hearing the song.

Lyrics[edit]

Wounds won't last long,
But an insulting song
Burns will always carry with him.
So I'll settle my score
On the salsa floor
With this vengeful Latin rhythm.
Burns!
Con un corazon de perro
¡Señor Burns!
El diablo con dinero
It may not surprise you
But all of us despise you
Please die
And fry
In Hell
You rotten
Rich old wretch!
¡Adios, viejo!

Behind the Laughter[edit]