Magazine article New Internationalist

[Parody of Da Doo Ron Ron Lampooning the Enron Debacle]

Magazine article New Internationalist

[Parody of Da Doo Ron Ron Lampooning the Enron Debacle]

Article excerpt

This month we revisit the aspirational corporate anthems of scandal-ridden companies. We've been tapping our toes to this re-imagining of a corporate anthem for disgraced energy company Enron by reader Jane Dale, who says: 'Apologies to the original writers of that classic Da Doo Ron Ron (they don't write lyrics like that any more). The following is my contribution to world culture.'

Got to work on Monday while I work there still (I do, Enron, ron, I do, Enron) Somebody told me that they pay no bills (They do, Enron, ron, they do Enron) Yes, I work there still Yes, they pay no bills And then they send me home (They do, Enron, ron, they do, Enron.) They knew what they were doing when they acted sly (they do, Enron, ron, they do, Enron) They kept it quiet but my oh my They do, Enron, ron, they do, Enron Yes, they acted sly Yes, but my oh my And then they send me home They do, Enron, ron, they do, Enron. …

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