by The Cell Wall
The cell wall, Doesn’t ever stall.
We’re not a worthless thrall. We are above all.
So pull on your shawl, And hold onto your doll.
Because you’re about to befall, The grandeur of the cell wall.
The others’ shortfalls, Make us look like stone walls.
When it comes to winning city halls The others cry no ball.
We’re in for the long haul. We’re bringing back the hiring hall.
There is no stickball, The cell wall, Will be no footfall.
We will make, The others quake.
This is not a mistake. The cell wall is awake.
We know what’s at stake. There will never be an earthquake,
While we are here to hit the brake. There will be no heartache.
They will all take a tea break, And try to remake.
But let’s slow the intake, Because we will retake.
So stop being so opaque. We need to renovate the uptake.
Let’s hold a sweepstake, And not give away heartbreak.
Please hold for the rest of the speech.