King Tut (King Tut)
Now when he was a young man,
He never thought he'd see
People stand in line to see the boy king.
(King Tut) How'd you get so funky?
(Funky Tut) Did you do the monkey?
Born in Arizona,
Moved to Babylonia (King Tut).
(King Tut) Now, if I'd known
They'd line up just to see you,
I'd trade in all my money
And bought me a museum. (King Tut)
Buried with a donkey (Funky Tut)
He's my favorite honky!
Born in Arizona,
Moved to Babylonia (King Tut)
Dancin' by the Nile, (Disco Tut)
The ladies love his style, (Waltzing Tut)
Rockin' for a mile (Rockin' Tut)
He ate a crocodile.
He gave his life for tourism.
Golden idol!
He's an Egyptian
They're sellin' you.
Now, when I die,
Don't think I'm a nut,
Don't want no fancy funeral,
Just one like ole king Tut. (king Tut)
He coulda won a Grammy,
Buried in his jammies,
Born in Arizona, moved to Babylonia,
He was born in Arizona, lived in a condo made of stone-a,
King Tut

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    General Comment

    Best song ever... hands down!

    spastic_kittyon January 07, 2006   Link
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    General Comment

    It's alright.

    Pink_Floyd_fanon June 07, 2007   Link
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    Just went to the King Tut exhibit in Atlanta. Didn't see the donkey! Everybody at the exhibit was saying "King Tut" just like in the song, but no one could remember the words. Wish I'd looked them up before I went to the exhibit.

    unclepattyon February 01, 2009   Link
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    General Comment

    OK. But what did he mean by “born in Arizona”? Was that simply a general critique of American marketing or was there really someone from Arizona who started the Boy King craze?

    Zaphod B. IVon July 24, 2019   Link

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