Parody of “Spiral Dance”, words and music by
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This parody was sung by Steve Macdonald on Roundworm
Parody lyrics ©1994-09-25 by Bob Kanefsky. All rights reserved. The copyright of the original lyrics and music remain with the holder(s) of the original copyright.
Parody of “Spiral Dance”, words and music by Anne Prather
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|I was young, I used to wonder, didn’t||G9|
|Mr. Spock had one head instead of||G9|
|ures who are not our distant||A9|
|the pipe that food||Esus4|
|taught us an unscientific||G9|
|ness in a||E|
We’re closer to a radish than a Romulan,
An unrelated creature of a foreign sun.
How can a Klingon/human couple mate?
She’s closer to the gak that squirms upon her plate.
How could each evolve from different gobs of goo
To the sameness of a Federation crew?
What makes a moose a moose and not a kangaroo?
Remoteness for a hundred million years or two.
And breeding for a mere few hundred years
Can yield a dog with floppy or with pointed ears.
No billion-year-old seeding program grew
The sameness of a Federation crew.
Did convergent evolution shape them all by chance,
To fit in Star Fleet’s regulation shoes and pants?
What narcissism makes five-fingered hands
Prerequisites for venturing from native lands?
There’s more richness in a single planet’s zoo
Than the sameness in a Federation crew.