Ah Benny Bass, the final member of “The Barbershop Quartet”.
Strangely, there are only three members.
Benny got lucky. His surname defined his career path.
It’s Bass, not Bass, and don’t mistake it.
His daddy was “Big Mouth” Bass,
and his mama was “Washtub Bass.”
The whole family is a bit, tightly strung.
They don’t fret over slappin‘ a Bass, poppin‘ a Bass or
beatin’ the bagatelle outta you with some brass.
He hits the lowest note ever registered, the low R flat.
Benny looks good in his barbershop suit; he calls
himself the “Striped” Bass.
Like I said, it’s Bass, not Bass. How many
times did you say Bass and not Bass?