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"Look At All Those Idiots" is a song from the album The Simpsons Sing the Blues, featuring original songs based on the American animated television series The Simpsons. It features Mr. Burns complaining to his assistant Waylon Smithers about the behaviour of his employees in his Nuclear Power Plant.

It was performed by Burns and Smithers' voice actor Harry Shearer, accompanied by a chorus.

LyricsEdit

[Smithers.]

[Huh?]

[Turn on the surveillance monitors.]

[Yes, sir.]

[Ehh, it's worse than I thought.]

Each morning at nine,
They trickle through the gate.
They go home early,
They come in late.

Reeking cheap liquor,
They stumble through the day.
Never give a thought
To honest work for honest pay.

I know it shouldn't vex me,
I shouldn't take it hard.
I should ignore their capering
With a kingly disregard.

But...

Look at all those idiots!
Eh, look at all those boobs!
An office full of morons!
A factory full of fools!

Is it any wonder...
I'm singing...
I'm singing...
Singing the blues!

[Yours is a heavy burden, sir.]

[I'm just getting started.]

They make personal phone calls
On company time.
They xerox their buttocks
And guess who pays the dime?

Their blatant thievery wounds me,
Their ingratitude astounds!
I long to lure them to my home
And then release the hounds!

I shouldn't grow unsettled
When faced with such abuse.
I shouldn't let it plague me
I shouldn't blow a fuse!

But...

Look at all those idiots!
Oh, look at all those boobs!
An office full of morons!
A factory full of fools!

Is it any wonder...
I'm singing...
I'm singing...
Singing the blues!

[What happened? Where are the instruments?]

[I believe they call this a "breakdown," sir.]

[I can't have any breakdowns here! What if there was an inspector around?]

[Uh—]

[Play a guitar solo!]

[Ha, I'm a little out of practice, sir.]

[I said do it! So do it, do it, DO IT!!!]

[Uh, yes, sir.]

[Yes, excellent!]

[Yeah.]

[Well done.]

[It's beginning to grate... That will be sufficient, Smithers...]

[Excuse me?]

[I said that's enough!]

[Sorry, sir. Thought I had my mojo working.]

That man by the cooler
Drinking water as if it's free!

Oh, that's Homer Simpson, sir,
That drone from Sector 7G.

Yes, well, call this Simpson to my office
And stay to watch the fun.
If he's six feet when he enters,
He'll be two feet when I'm done.

He brings a ray of sunshine
To my unhappy life.
To make him kneel before me
And slowly twist the knife.

Look at all those idiots!
Duh, look at all those boobs!
An office full of morons!
A factory full of fools!

Is it any wonder...
I'm singing...
Singing the blues!

[Take me home, sir.]

[I'm trying.]

Surrounded by idiots!
Outnumbered by boobs!
An office full of morons!
A planet full of fools!

Is it any wonder...
I'm singing...

[Maybe you should be singing, sir.]

Oh,singing the bluuuuuuuues!

(Look at all those idiots!)
[Mr. Burns, you... you make Muddy Waters sound shallow and cheerful by comparison.]
(Office full of morons!)
[Thank you, Smithers! Meaningless but heartfelt compliment.]
(Is it any wonder)
[I feel like I got a few things off my chest. Now, onto the chests of my inferiors!]
[You did.]
(Look at all those idiots!)
[Why are they still playing?]
(Office full of morons!)
[They're not on salary, are they?]
[We're not validating their parking, sir.]
(Is it any wonder)
[They're paying for their own coffee now.]

VideosEdit

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Television
"The Itchy & Scratchy Show" ThemeSideshow Bob ThemeKang and Kodos ThemeSomethin' StupidTribute to Mr. BurnsThe Monorail SongCape Feare (Medley)We DoSee My VestSeñor BurnsDr. ZaiusScorpioStuck in the Middle with YouThe Very Reason That I LiveHigh to Be Loathed

Other
Rock You Like a HurricaneLook At All Those IdiotsHullaba LulaWe Love To Smoke

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