Parody of “Cruiser Dreaming”, words and music by
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Parody of “Cruiser Dreaming”, words and music by Bill Sutton
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She is always on my mind, as she lies on ice.
She is nude, and she sure looks nice.
In the tank, she looks asleep. In sleep, she looks so lost.
How I can set it to Defrost ?
Dreamer cruising! Self-abusing
Can never be as fun as sex is, with my chick and me.
Moonlight taunts us. Crew’s unconsciousness
Has really put a damper on my sexuality.
When we get to Saturn’s moons, they’ll need us all alive.
On the way, they need me to drive.
I jog, and I eat. I reread magazines.
Not a one is as obscene (as)
She is always there; and there she’ll have to stay.
She is stuck to others in her tray:
The skipper, and the doc. We’d never be alone.
Too bad I left my ice pick home.