It's as American as apple pie,
Find it at picnics, in your fridge, and probably contributing to the fat in your thigh.
Because the fact of the matter is, whether you're poor or rich,
Almost everyone can afford a can of tuna fish.
You can spread it on a Ritz,
Or hide it between slices of bread if you wish.
It's also good on top of salad,
Or straight from the fork, however you like.
Sometimes it's really good, like, ahem at Orange Café,
And sometimes it tastes like that crap you had the other day.
But this Design District hotspot has it down to a science:
Mayo, celery, of course tuna, and then a handful of scallions.
Try it on a baguette, a.k.a. the Rembrandt, for just $5.75 or
Keep it simple and order greens with the atun on the side.