Emperor's Forty Horses

Inspired by the 1810 nursery rhyme:

Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall
Humpty Dumpty had a great fall
All the king's horses and all the king's men
Couldn't put Humpty together again

And how many horses of the Emperor were there
Forty? Oh my goodness, horses he have are forty
After his riding, he went for a holiday but where?
Argentina, which Madonna sang "Don't cry for me"

Zindabad, Dirgahayu, Wan-sui Wan-wan-sui, Viva
O What impressive imperialistic lifestyle he leads
And his cucu frolicking in equal style by the marina
Magnificent edifices of Arabian Nights're his deeds

Like Humpty Dumpty, the judiciary had a great fall
O such a hullabaloo that went right into our history
And the Law never did quite recover from that fall
I know you know but to 'guppies' was a big mystery

El Gaucho flings his amazing bolas to trap a kerbau
4 meat to serve His Imperialistic Perpetual Emperor
Minced, kerbau serves as delightful fillings for 'pau'
Or beef dumplings, the signature dish of roti baker

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