The appearance of creatures aquatic,In a scene of romance so ecstatic,Means Rita, though dishy,Is also quite fishy,Or maybe they're just enigmatic?Welles' shark tale expresses thematicIdeas that are soon made dramaticFor nature's aggressionLeads to the expressionOf a climax that's quite operatic.
She looks a dish that's deliciousbut something makes Orson suspiciousThough Welles wants to sleepwith Rita, down deephe's worried he'd sleep with the fishes
You might think this dame's pretty neatBut beware, 'cause she's packing some heatIf you woo Mrs BannisterLike spam in a canisterYou'll end up no more than dead meat.
By Rita he's pulled in the drinkand deep in the murk starts to sinkThen stuck in the muck he's struck he's a schmuckand something is starting to stink
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