poor old john carradine
before he met his maker
he got to play a part
that stands the test of time

shouting he held aloft
the miracle elixir
the townspeople ran him off
and the sunlight took his eyes

if you ever gave a damn for Sunny Jim
i'm sure you must remember him

fresh out of paper plates
guess i'll do the dishes
instead of washing off
only one plate at a time

big evening up ahead
wide array of choices
bladerunner, robocop,
or the bride of frankenstein

if you ever gave a damn for Sunny Jim
i'm sure you must remember him

dead soldiers line the road
along the coffee table
bladerunner's at the part
where Rutger Hauer dies

i don't know anything
why do i pretend to
if i did i'd be the one
who's living with you now

if you ever gave a damn for Sunny Jim
i'm sure you must remember him


Lyrics submitted by tracie

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