Parody of “Golden Eyes”, words by
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Reprinted from Songworm 1
This parody was sung by Leslie Fish on Tapeworm 3
Parody lyrics ©7/87 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 “Golden Eyes”, words by Mercedes Lackey , music by Leslie Fish
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Up a fragile building’s side, she climbs, and reaches deep inside,
But finds no sign of human life: another has been here first!
And as her sharpened senses guide her desperate forays far and wide,
Her gropings take no food to slake her hunger and her thirst.
So now she’s seeking high and low, in light of this convincing proof,
The comrade or competitor whose trail of waste she’s found.
In search of food, in search of truth; climbing, leaping roof to roof.
But now a blow from down below has knocked her to the ground.
He’s equal to her mighty size: the largest ape she’s ever seen.
He blocks the only pathway out, and will not let her by.
He looks her over, cold and mean: half woman and half lizard queen.
She has no time to run or climb; she’s forced to fight or die.
But what is this? To her surprise, a bomb explodes and lays him low.
And now’s her chance to take revenge or flee him while she can!
Before she thinks to stay or go, his body shrinks like melting snow.
And at her feet, in nude retreat, she sees a tiny man ...
The monster ape they’ve sought in vain, and now the dateline every night
Is focused on the lizard queen, a foe all fear and hate,
Who smashes buildings left and right, and hardly needs to eat a bite.
For as she rests, she still digests the streaker that she ate.