Let’s fez it, a fez is a comical drez
Which rests on an Ottoman base,
It’s handy when hair’z in a bit of a mez,
For keeping it out of your face.
But ladies don’t wear them; there’s no hers and hez;
And maybe those ladies are right,
For they look quite silly up there, I confez;
In fact, a ridiculous sight.
They’re useful for bellhops … though hops on a bell
Would seem to have little ap-peal
A trip on a clapper’s a clanger as well –
Sad state of a fez, one would feel.
An old organ-grinder with monkey would roam
All over for yez and for yez –
The fez on the monkey provided a home
For musical fleaz, I would gez!
Don’t worry, my fez-tival’s coming to end –
And none too soon, everyone sez –
Before it drivez all of them clean round the bend,
I’d better sign off here as ‘Lez’!