I've Finally Got My Own Theme Song!

Categories: Musto on Musto

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Photos: Chad Griffith

A facebook friend named Michael Penny has whipped up a Musto theme song so every time I enter a room, three cute tap-dancing boys can lift me in while singing it.

From the lyrics he's written so far, it seems very "Charlie" commercial meets Mary Tyler Moore theme song, and I think it works!

Here goes:


"Who's got the scoop on highbrow and low?

Musto!

Who is that snoop, the one in the know?

Musto!

Who's got the dish and the dirt too?

Who will alert you when

You need a fix for what's hollow

Something to wallow in?

Who's in the loop and watching the show?

Musto!

Who'll serve the soup and cook up the crow?

Musto!

Whether exact or capricious

Fact or fictitious, oh!

Well girl, if you must know

It's Musto, you know!"


SECOND VERSE:

"Who's got the jack on people you know?

Musto!

Who puts the smack on persons that blow?

Musto!

Who's got an eye and earful

More than a queer full too?

Who is the queen of the Voice?

There's only one choice ... it's you!

Who's got the knack for making it flow?

Musto!

Who's got your back when you gotta go?

Musto!

Aside from being prophetic

On things aesthetic

He's diuretic, yo!

So girl, if you must go

It's Musto, you know!"



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8 comments
Timmee
Timmee

And you said in your Rent post of a few days ago that nothing rhymed with "Musto"!

Musto
Musto

I know! Busted! I guess Jonathan Larson cut it for other reasons.

PS: I just added a new blog post with a whole other verse I was given, this time with me singing.

Jack E. Jett
Jack E. Jett

It would be awesome if you could attach some speakers to your body so that you could play this when you walk into some of this fine pissy eating joint.

jonster
jonster

I do not believe I have ever heard the words "prophetic," "aesthetic" and "diuretic" used in a song before.  Good Job!

Movielover
Movielover

Mikey, we need a singing clip!  There must be some good singer who can spare the time!

Ping
Ping

I think it's very you in a Lauren Bacall sort of way. Go for it.

Winters
Winters

I'm glad it doesn't end like the Phyllis theme: "It sure isn't you," lol.

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