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Herman Cain Pizza Song: GOP Candidate Sings John Lennon's 'Imagine,' Dedicated To Pizza (VIDEO)

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Say what you want about his tax plan, but Herman Cain sure can belt it out.

The Omaha World-Herald dug up this gem last week of the presidential contender covering John Lennon's classic, "Imagine," with his own special little twist. "Imagine There's No Pizza" is definitely one to remember.

While you can see the song itself below, it was actually part of a larger performance at the 1991 Omaha Press Club meeting.

Slate took the time to transcribe the lyrics, which you can find here. The song starts like this:

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

We see a karaoke classic in the making.

As silly as it may sound, the former Godfather's Pizza CEO isn't shy about his vocal abilities. In fact, just this past Saturday he broke into “The Impossible Dream” at a rally in Jackson, Tennessee. He's become so well known for his singing abilities that Jimmy Fallon took it upon himself to unearth his long-lost gospel album.

WATCH:

Can't get enough Cain? Check out his "duet" with Mike Huckabee below:

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