Just when you thought people had exhausted pretty much every way of making fun of the Prime Minister's tax affairs online, they find a way to prove you wrong.
With the scandal over David Cameron's former stake in an offshore fund engulfing British politics at the moment, it seemed only natural it should have a soundtrack.
So Twitter users, true to form, tried to pen the ultimate anthem by adapting popular song lyrics to suit the occasion under the hashtag #CameronTaxSongs.
And they were quite something.
"Like a Virgin (islands)
Taxed for the very first time"#CameronTaxSongs
-- David Jones (@djoneslawyer) April 10, 2016
You pay it best, when you pay nothing at all. #CameronTaxSongs
-- Dean Williams (@DeanWilliams89) April 10, 2016
Many of the lyrical tributes made a nod to the PM's father, Ian, in whose offshore company Cameron had shares until 2010.
I would take 10,000 pounds
And I would take 10,000 more
Just to be the man whose 20 grand
Is stored offshore
DAD A DAD A DA #CameronTaxSongs
-- Robert Eyers (@ActuallyEyers) April 10, 2016
Then, of course, there was the more recent revelation that Cameron's mother had gifted him £200,000 following his father's death, which could potentially avoid inheritance tax.
"When I find myself in times of trouble,
Mother Mary comes to me,
With a cheque for £200,000,
Let it be"
-- Mr Omega 3 (@MrOmega3) April 10, 2016
Money money money, from my mummy, it's a rich boys world! -#CameronTaxSongs
-- Sean Keeley (@sm_keeley) April 10, 2016
A number of classic song titles were re-written for the better.
-- Sam Vimes (@SamVimes6) April 10, 2016
As luck would have it, even one of the most famous lyrics of all time fitted the mould nicely as well.
More songs should include government agencies in rhyming couplets.
Come into the garden, Maude. I'll show you where I keep my horde. Underneath the apple tree, beyond the reach of HMRC #CameronTaxSongs
-- Jonathan Fryer (@jonathanfryer) April 10, 2016
We dread to think what Twitter might have in store for him next.