| "Welcome to Moe's"
| Song Information
"Welcome to Moe's" is a song sung by Marge, Bart, Lisa, and Moe when Marge was convincing Moe to change his bar into a British pub.
- This place is a diamond,
- But it's trapped in the rough.
- Yeah, well the sign still says "Moe's,"
- So enough of your guff.
- Here's my new idea
- To sell both beer and grub:
- We will turn this filthy dive
- Into a proper old-time British pub.
- A British bar?
- Bart and Lisa:
- (to the tune of "Rule Brittania")
- Darts and meat pies,
- And lager in pint glasses.
- What a classy way
- To get drunk off your asses!
- Hey, hold the phone! An English pub! That just might work!
- In song!
- Oh, my bar could be British instead of arm-pittish
- So why don't we all--
- Ah, screw it, let's get renovating.
Behind the Laughter
The music was composed by Alf Clausen and the lyrics by Michael Price. It is the twenty-fifth track on the album The Simpsons: Testify.