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Key of Bart: Video Killed The Mayor Who Hates The Toronto Star

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I heard you did something too shocking to be true

I hoped that Sunday I could tune right into you

But you and Doug did not seem to be coming through

Oh oh!

They took some images of what appeared to be

You smoking rock on some cheap glass technology

Now this has threatened your fra-gile democracy

Oh oh!

"I haven't seen it!"

Oh oh!

"Does it exist? Nyet!"

 

Video killed the radio star!

Toronto's mayor claims a frame by the Star!

Pictures came! Now spread the tar!

We can't rewind, we've gone too far!

$200K in Gawker's jar!

Don't drive away in your big car!


Adapted, poorly, from Video Killed The Radio Star, recorded by The Buggles in 1979.

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Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition June 1, 2013 D2

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