Buster was a banjo player,
He played the banjo well,
But, the only song in his repertoire,
Was the Overture to William Tell,
Buster could not read or write,
He didn't know one note from another,
He only learned to play William Tell,
From the whistling of his mother,
Buster tried to learn new songs,
He tried leaning them by ear,
But, when he tried to play the songs,
His audience would sob, "Oh Dear!"
Buster became so frustrated,
He decided not to play,
He figured music was overrated,
So, he sits and dreams all day.