To commemorate Kamala Harris’s historic place on the Democratic ticket, Randy Rainbow has written a song in her honor to the title tune from the musical Camelot. The original Lerner and Loewe song touts the hope and utopia of King Arthur’s court, which Rainbow leans into in his praise of Harris.
“Joe Biden kept a lid on who he would choose to help make Trump’s first term his last hurrah. But now he’s giving everyone the good news. It’s Kamala!” Rainbow sings.
"Will she be crowned America’s new VP? Elizabeth and Bernie say, ‘Well…duh,’” Rainbow sings, touting support from other Democratic primary candidates Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren.
“And in his pants, Mike Pence just made a pee-pee. He’s scared a’ her. Kamala!”
“And though Trump calls her phony, mean, and nasty, there’s no doubt she’s more qualified than he. She sold me when I saw her come for Kavanaugh. For no one makes a grown man cry like she can. Kamala!” Rainbow says, reminding folks of the senator’s dogged questioning of dissembling Republican men including Brett Kavanaugh, Jeff Sessions, and Bill Barr.
“Her rivals spout offensive speculation. To her, such noise is just anathema. An emblem of diverse representation is Kamala!” he says of the country’s first Black and South Asian woman ever on a major-party ticket.
“The president keeps entertaining theories and claims her bid my be against the law. And pushing crazy birther theories on Kamala,” Rainbow says, reminding people of Trump’s continual and fallacious birther attacks on President Barack Obama.
Dressed at turns as a knight and as a fair maiden in the video, Rainbow sings of Harris, “She’s fin’ly come to save the day.”
Watch “Kamala” below.