Moses said to Ramses, "Hey man, won't you let my people go?"
Well the Pharaoh sat in silence, thought it over for a moment
and shot back with a resounding "No no no!
Who's gonna build these pyramids, put the nose on my sphinx?
My precarious predicament stinks!
These stone Gods and monoliths are crumbling all around me. I can't seem to lift off this jinx."

Well, Moses stood there quietly, cracked a smile then he started to laugh (what a gas)
"Well your problem is apparent, son, but you ain't gonna find it as long as you keep chasing after golden calves
King Tut and Nefertiti left out important graffiti
on the mausoleums where they sleep
But their lofty hieroglyphics ain't gonna give you specifics
D'Nile is a river so deep

D'Nile keeps a rolling on endlessly through a burning desert, deep and wide
And only when it dries up can you see that oasis on the other side

So give it up, give it out, fill your cup, spill your doubt
Or the Asp of Cleopatra's gonna stare right back atcha!
D'Nile is a river so deep

No, no mummified remains are gonna give you any brains
Can't tell you nothing useful in their sleep
And their lofty hieroglyphics ain't gonna give you specifics
D'Nile is a river so deep, yes it is
D'Nile is a river so deep
and it's getting deeper
D'Nile is a river

Well I'm not talking Hosni Mubarak D'Nile
I'm talking Charlie Sheen D'Nile
He's Still Winning


Lyrics submitted by JohnnyLurg

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