Released on Thursday, May 25th, 2006
More lyrics from
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, Mad Scientists United
, The Sinister Cavortings of Sir Wilfred P. Huffelbaggins III
, Warning: Wimbledon!
, The Sinister Sixty Strike
, Enter The Waffle
, You Never Call Me By My Real Name
, Boulevard of Broken Genes
, Tears of the Kill-O-Tron
, Pirate Ninjas From Dino Island
, The Terror of Sis Boom Ba
, A Million Light Years From Love
, Divided Royalties
, Behold the Crossing Guard
, When Strikes the Clock
, Rules of Enragement
, Hey! Didn't You Die?
, The Rise and Fall of Sir Wilfred P. Huffelbaggins III
, With Great Power Comes Great Power Bills
The Romance of George and Al Lyrics (by Tom Smith)
I thank you, good sir, for the safe return,
Of my daughter, Princess Alishaya,
She has spoken to me of your bravery,
How you saved her from perils most dire.
My scientists say you're from so far away
That our charts do not even list your star,
I regret we cannot send you homeward, but
You are welcome to stay where you are.
I thank you, my queen, for your kindness,
Your offer is gladly accepted.
I pretty much knew I was stuck here with you,
For I felt every mile when I leapt it.
My daughter is quite taken with you --
Although I find you strangely clothed,
And, as she was legally dead, I am free
To declare you both betrothed.
QUEEN SILVONIA, ADVISORS
It's a very fine Old World tradition,
Give the hero our most precious thing,
And I'm sure she will bear several daughters fair
And a son who is worthy to be king.
How this circumstance has led to romance
Is a wonderful hoary cliche.
Blare the horn! Strike the gong! You'll be wed at dawn!
Don't I have any say?
The Romance of George and Al directly from Tom Smith (via Bandcamp).