"Tribute to Mr. Burns" is a song from the season 4 episode "Marge Gets a Job" from the animated television series The Simpsons. It features Waylon Smithers and a chorus of girls performing a song dedicated to his boss Mr. Burns. The song is a parody of the song "Charlie Kane" from the 1941 film Citizen Kane.

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


There is a man...
(There is a man...)

A certain man...
(A certain man...)

A man whose grace
And handsome face
Are known across the land.

You know his name...
(You know his name...)

It's Mr. Burns!
(It's Mr. Burns!)

He loves to smoke.
Enjoys a joke.

Why, he's worth ten times what he earns.
He's Mr. Burns!
I'm Mr. Burns!

He's Monty Burns!
I'm Mister Burns!

To friends, he's known as Monty,
But to you, it's Mr. Burns!






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"The Itchy & Scratchy Show" ThemeSideshow Bob ThemeEvery Time We Say GoodbyeKang and Kodos ThemeSomethin' StupidTribute to Mr. BurnsThe Monorail SongCape Feare (Medley)We DoSee My VestSeñor BurnsDr. ZaiusScorpioMarch of the WinkiesFarewell, Sideshow BobStuck in the Middle with YouThe Very Reason That I LiveHigh to Be LoathedYou Could Do Worse

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

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