Because it's moo-sick.
She enters a ward full of patients, and notices that they’re all dressed in street clothes and have no obvious sign of injury or illness. The Queen approaches a patient and greets him. The patient replies:
“My heart’s in the Highlands, my heart is not here, My heart’s in the Highlands, a-chasing the deer.”
The Queen is confused, but smiles and moves on to greet the next patient. The patient responds:
“Some hae meat an’ canna eat, And some wad eat tha’ want it, But we hae meat an’ we can eat, so let the Lord be thankit.”
Even more confused, and smiling even more broadly, the Queen moves on to the next patient who immediately begins to chant:
“My love is like a red, red rose that’s newly sprung in June; My love is like the melody that’s sweetly played in tune.”
Now very confused, the Queen turns to the accompanying doctor and asks, “Is this a psychiatric ward?”
“No, Your Majesty,” replies the doctor. “This is the serious Burns unit.”
I was trying to find the chords for a song for my dad, but I didn't recognize the melody right off the bat either.
"What's the name of the song?"
"Is that with a 'ph?'"
"Yes...probably about 7.0."
The dulcid tones of Michael's favorite hip-hop artists are discussed in this melodious episode of Dad Joke Daily. From Young Jeezy to Geriatric Jeezy, from Lil' Wayne to Extra-Large Wayne, it's all in here.