The "Ballad Of Mel Gibson's Isle".
Words by Scottius Maximus.
Musical arrangement as per "The Ballad Of Gilligan's Island" by Sherwood Schwartz, as sung by The Wellingtons.
Just sit right back and you'll hear a tale,
A tale of a rich actor,
Who bought himself a small island,
But didn't know one factor.
The island was in Fiji, man,
But a small tribe had one plea.
It seems that they'd been kicked off it
In the nineteenth century... the nineteenth century.
The situation, it had been rough,
The ancestors, you see.
Sold Mago Isle for coconuts,
At gunpoint- that's scary...that really was scary.
So now the descendants want it back,
They're taking Mel to court,
To block his purchase of this isle,
From Japan's Tokyu Corp...read it on the Drudge Report.
With Mel Gibson,
The Fiji tribe,
But...they don't know...
That the Professor and Mary Ann
Hold the deed to Mel's Isle!