It happened on a day
Not unlike today
The coffee filled my cup
But love remained an empty hole
Eventually,
above me only blue,
But a threatening kind of hue,
A fiery meteor cracked open
From the molten glow
it appeared,

Her from Planet Fur
could never tempt a man like me
I'm to well grounded I don't need
that kind of bourgeois frivolity
well she can go back
to where she came from
for all I care
Her from Planet Fur, from Planet Fur

I gathered up my nerve
and breached a girlish curve
It bit back like a dog
or maybe I imagined that a radio
crackled in my throat,
And I thought I heard the note,
Of an anthem you can't hum
And while I pondered
around my feet a tentacle

Her from Planet Fur
with that pale pink complexion
And in your mouth a cocked ray-gun
Tied to a bed of aluminum
Well, She can go back
to where she came from
for all I care
Her from Planet Fur, from Planet fur

Her from Planet Fur
With every boy wrapped tightly around
her finger, She won't let them down,
A pinch of flesh for every pound,
I'm to well grounded, I don't need
that type of bourgeois frivolity,
Well She can go back
to where she came from, for all I care

Her from Planet Fur, from Planet Fur


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