Cartoonist Rick London Writes Beatles Parody Song “Diversity” To “Yesterday”

Yesterday” by The Beatles (Song Parody by Rick London. c2008) “Diversity”

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Diversity,
Once other races seemed so far away,
Now together we work, socialize, and pray,
Oh the richness of diversity,

Bigotry,  Is for the ignorant who grins with glee,
We’re a land of white, black, Jew, Gentile, Moslem, Irish, French and Portuguese,
Diversity, is here for free,

America,
Must evolve, if not, will stay the same,
You’ll regret,
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Diversity,
Regardless of one’s creed or race,
You may live a closed mind cabaret,
But you’ll long for diversity.

Every creed,
Every creed in the military, has risked its life for diversity,
Once misled,
I felt something wrong, it was that I longed for diversity.

Diversity,
All your hatred seems to drop away,
It’s a never-ending love buffet,
Oh, I believe in diversity.
Mm-mm-mm-mm.mm.mm.mm.

In addition to being a songwriter, London is founder of Google’s #1-ranked offbeat cartoon Londons Times & numerous funny gift shops including The Rick London Collection.

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One Response to “Cartoonist Rick London Writes Beatles Parody Song “Diversity” To “Yesterday””

  1. Lee Hiller Says:

    My Dearest DF (Darling Fiance) Rick,
    As always Baby you have hit another Parody out of the Ball Park… With all the songs you have done I hope you post another one soon. I love singing along.

    What you need is a musician so we can hear this on the Dr. Demento Show!

    Love You
    Your DF Lee xx00xx
    Love Columnist Herald de Paris

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