Alex Adrianson notes for the Heritage Foundation’s “Insider Online” blog that regulators’ attacks on alternatives to traditional taxi cab service have inspired a new verse.

Neither taxis nor their regulators like the fact that Uber and Lyft give riders an easier way to find a ride, and they are attempting to use the force of government to put those companies out of business. A. Barton Hinkle tells the story of how consumers will lose if that happens—in a poem. Here’s how it starts:

What can be said about Uber and Lyft
That hasn’t been said before?
The e-hailing upstarts make catching a cab
The simplest possible chore.

A map on your phone shows drivers nearby
That you call with a single tap
And after you ride you can rate your driver
In a separate part of the app.