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Back in class, Evil 101...
I always had so much fun...
Though the one who advised me...
Openly despised me...
Still I always tried to be number one

Well I wanted a mentor to share my world view
But I got a tormentor, I was hated, it's true
Now I have one more chance, and it could mean my advancement
So there's only one thing I must do:

I must impress my professor
(He's got to be good)
I must impress my professor
(He's misunderstood)
He needs validation for his evil creation

Ooh, ooh

Like any good evil scientist would

I must impress my professor to be a success

(He must impress his professor to be a success! )

Or I will still be a flunky, a diploma-less monkey

(Or he will still be a flunky, a diploma-less monkey)

In the eyes of this person
Whose opinion may worsen
If my evil invention's not great

I must impress my professor!
(Impress his professor)
I must impress my professor!
(Impress his professor)
I must impress my professor
Before it's too late!



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