It was just like a dream, yeah, a surreal scene, like a blue orange I thought my senses had gone, like I was writing a song about a foot-long Syr...
It was just like a dream, yeah, a surreal scene, like a blue orange I thought my senses had gone, like I was writing a song about a foot-long Syringe And she said, "hello, dear, it's my party "so I hope you'll be smart, hee hee And I said,"I don't know, but I think I'll go fix me a stiff drink" Well, I sat there and stared, because at first I was scared of this female Tarzan And while she talked with the apes about champagne and grapes, I approached her Garden And she said,"now, now, don't try to leave me, "it's unfair to deceive me "I could kill if you try to escape me, come upstairs my friend" Now I knew, I knew, I couldn't be that mean, So I tried, yeah I really tried to leave her but she was a Big, big, big, big girl, big girl Hurled out the door, it was becoming more of a test of honour Would I go, would I stay, could I do it all day and be a certain gonnor And she said,"now you're so young and tender, "and don't be concerned with my gender It was hard but I managed to send her away up to those fluffy white clouds It was hard on the brain but I would do it again for the satisfaction She weighed 203 but that was ok by me, there was lots of action And she said,"shall we dance in the moonlight "it would be so nice on a June night But I said,"if it's ok by you, I'll just sit here a take me a rest"
writers: STEVE HARLEY
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