Herman Cain sings ‘Imagine There’s No Pizza’, inspired by John Lennon song, goes viral (Video)

By on Oct 19, 2011 in International, Music, Politics, United States Comments

Herman Cain, a 2012 US presidential nomination candidate sang ‘Imagine There’s No Pizza‘, covering John Lennon‘s song as shown in the video below, and is now going viral.

Herman Cain, during a GOP event in Tennessee
Image Credit: Karen Pulfer Focht/AP

As noted in US news sites, Herman Cain sang ‘Imagine‘ by John Lennon during the Omaha Press Club show in 1991 and replaced the lyrics, which mentioned things about pizza.

Cain, 65, is the former chairman and CEO of Godfather’s Pizza and a former chairman of Omaha Branch board from 1989 to 1991. He officially announced his 2012 presidential bid on May 21, 2011.

Herman Cain is also an associate minister of Antioch Baptist Church North in Atlanta and is being known to be a good gospel singer, and reportedly sang while on a bus tour of Tennessee last week.

Although he had not held any elective office before, Cain is now being considered to be among the strongest GOP bet against President Obama in the 2012 presidential election.

Cain‘s recent 999 tax plan, which would replace the present tax code with a 9 percent personal income tax, a 9 percent business transactions tax, and a 9 percent federal sales tax, became controversial.

Meanwhile, below are the first few lines from Herman Cain‘s version of John Lennon’s ‘Imagine’ in which Omaha World-Herald is being believed to have first reported early last week.

Imagine there’s no pizza
I couldn’t if I tried
Eating only tacos
Or Kentucky Fried
Imagine only burgers
It’s frightening and sad

You’re lucky you have pizza
To feed your kids for you
Only frosting or cookies
And no dishes you must do
Imagine eating pizza
Each and every day

Herman Cain, singing ‘Imagine There’s No Pizza’
Video Credit: SelflessEmpire/YouTube/Omaha World-Herald

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