There once was a man named Uriah
Whose wife would not sit tight
On the roof her bath was visible
Especially in daylight
It came to the king's attention
Who found it quite a sight
So he summoned her to his palace
To have a special night
This led to the inevitable
This Sheba was a delight
But the consequences became quite visible
So David flexed his royal might
He sent her husband into battle
For he was a fierce Hittite
And told his boys "stand back"
So the dust he would soon bite
He thought he'd solved the problem
But actually not quite,
For Nathan, his moral conscience
Nagged away about wrong and right
Until the king repented
And pled to be washed white,
He wrote Ps. 51 as penance
Cause his life was such a fright.
So learn this lesson about bathing,
And outdoor hot tubs too
Don't let it all hang out
Or trouble will start to brew.
In an age of indoor plumbing,
There's no excuse for you,
Because always Someone's watching
To see if you'll be true.