British Theresa May resigns, musical parody


This 24 May 2019 parody music video from Britain is called Candle in the Windrush (Goodbye Theresa May).

It is a parody of the song Candle in the Wind by Elton John.

It says about itself:

A musical tribute to Theresa May‘s premiership as she announces her resignation.

LYRICS:

Goodbye Theresa May
May you ever dance in our hearts
We’ll try our best to overlook
The lives you tore apart
You sent them off to countries
Where they’d never even been
And you leave us with two million
Disenfranchised Europeans

And it seems to me
You lived your life
Like a candle in the Windrush
Pointing frantically at Amber
When the blame set in
You were ultimately brought down
By your own Withdrawal Bill
Your premiership passed long before
Your deal ever will

Dignity we’ve lost
Grenfell survivors still not housed
Your resignation brought the tears
Child poverty couldn’t arouse
The wretchedness you wrought
You probably should be locked up
But still you might not seem so bad
When Boris Johnson rocks up

And it seems to me
You lived your life
Like a candle in the Windrush
Pointing frantically at Amber
When the blame set in
You were ultimately brought down
By your own Withdrawal Bill
Your premiership passed long before
Your deal ever will

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