Warren Buffett Dressed Up As A Newsie And Sang To The Omaha Press Club

Warren Buffett sure loves to sing in public.  For China’s Lunar New Year festivities, he charmingly sang “I’ve Been Working on The Railroad” with his ukulele in hand.

For his latest musical performance, Buffett dressed up as a newsie and belted a few tunes to the Omaha Press Club Show.  From Reuters:

Dressed as a World War II-era street-corner newsboy with a bag of newspapers at his left hip, Buffett folded and tossed copies of the Omaha World-Herald into the crowd of 500 while singing “I’m Only a Paperboy” to the tune of the 1933 song, “It’s Only a Paper Moon:”

Unfortunately, we don’t have photos or video of the event.  But we’re pretty sure Buffett’s performance went something like this clip from the 1992 Disney classic Newsies mashed up with Lady Gaga’s Bad Romance:

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