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A Villain's Perspective On Ethics
Back when I was a mere mortal,
I never thought much of right and wrong.
I didn’t think at all of morality,
I only just floated along.
But ever since that fateful night,
In the Science Lab of The Douglas school
My occupation requires a deep investigation of morality
In the Ultimate Villain handbook, it is the very first rule.
I do believe in good deeds, it’s true.
But that’s so yesterday.
Besides, it’s just not that much fun to do.
So I stick to my heinous crimes,
Zapping grandmas with my psy-beam.
Sometimes I may even sick my robots on the city,
Maybe just to blow off some steam.
Yes, I became an evil genius.
I want to rule the earth.
I terrorize the children
And take even take their milk money,
For all that it’s worth.
To sum up, my dears, I know that there is good.
I just want to destroy it,
Because it’s way more fun.
So now you understand
Why I’m about to shoot you with this ray-gun.