The fault in our bananas
Are simple, you see,
They're too bright, too yellow, and
Nobody wants to pay such an ungodly fee
For such a faulty banana.
The mothers say, 'no way, I'll not
Feed little Johnny such a ripe banana'
And so she doesn't feed her little tot
The flawed fruit. And the fathers say,
'I won't eat an unworthy banana, not
In a million banana years.'
But, the thing is, those bananas fought
For their place on the stand, so why deem
Them inferior? That's why they're bruised and
Battered. NOT because the guy carrying the
Crates of bananas dropped the box, and was shunned
For hurting the poor, innocent bananas, no sir.
So, perhaps, the fault lies not in that oddly colored fruit,
But, in fact, in the banana carriers. Don't you think? So don't blame the bananas.
Its not the weird yellow thing's fault. Your point has been declared moot.