The Amendment Song is a Memphis Soul style parody of the popular Schoolhouse Rock! song "I'm Just a Bill", even going so far as using the original singer, Jack Sheldon. It is briefly shown as a replacement for Itchy & Scratchy on The Krusty the Clown Show in the episode "The Day the Violence Died". The lyrics were written by John Swartzwelder and the music by Alf Clausen. It is the eleventh track on the album Songs in the Key of Springfield.
- I'm an Amendment-to-Be,
- Yes, an Amendment-to-Be,
- And I'm hopin' that they'll ratify me.
- There's a lot of flag burners
- Who have got too much freedom,
- I wanna make it legal
- For policemen to beat 'em.
- 'Cos there's limits to our liberties,
- Least I hope and pray that there are,
- 'Cos those liberal freaks go too far.
- Then I'll crush all opposition to me,
- And I'll make Ted Kennedy pay.
- If he fights back, I'll say that he's gay.Cultural References
- One of the amendments does a Three Stooges Curly-esque 'Woop-woop-woop" while storming into Congress.