What a wonderful world?

The following is a parody of the song “What a Wonderful World,” most famously performed by Louis Armstrong, written by George Weiss and Robert Thiele

 

I see fields of brown and skies of grey

The cold, bitter night and the dark, rainy day

 

And I think to myself, “What a wonderful world?”

 

I see trash on the ground and trash in the sea,

Trash that’s been thrown there by you and me.

 

And I think to myself, “What a wonderful world?”

 

The odors of the planet are so putrid all around,

There’s poison in the air and there’s poison in the ground.

I see strangers who shrug.  They say, “What can you do?”

They’re really saying, “I hate you.”

 

I feel pain in my back, in my legs, arms, and head.

I find myself thinking, “I can’t wait to be dead.”

 

And I think to myself, “What a wonderful world?”

And I stink to myself.

What a wonderful world.

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