"Good Luck Mr. Gorsky" as written by and Wener....
Rides his bike on a tarmac causeway
Makes him ten feet tall and drives him anywhere
Dreams of rockets and home-run heroes
Takes the brakes off on the big hills for a dare
Oh when its dark here
There's a voice that will always call you in
But you don't care
You still sleep without thinking
Best of luck Mr Gorsky all the world's waiting for you
There's a clock on the wall
And it ticks when you're small
Counting for you
Good luck Mr Gorsky all the worlds waiting for you
There's a plaque on the wall
That your wife won at school
Cleans it for you
Making holes in the tall white fences
And a hundred curtains flicker as you pass
Think that man must be ninety-seven
Built a telescope he focused on the stars
Models in boxes never look like the pictures on the front
But that's okay
They still fly on elastic

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    General CommentI found out who Mr Gorsky is/was the other day ...

    When Neil Armstrong waled on the moon apparently he said 'Good luck Mr Gorsky' and people have puzzlewd over it for years. Well, in an interview a gfew years ago Armstrong revealed that his old next door neighbours as a kid were the Gorskys and he overheard them one time arguing and Mrs Gorsky was shouting "Oral sex ... you want oral sex?! You can have oral sex when the boy next door walks on the moon!!"

    Lo and behold, he did ... wonder if Mr Gorsky did

    Even if the story isn't true it made me giggle for a while!
    rosieglowon September 06, 2002   Link

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