"Sensory Deprivation Bank" as written by and Rob Derhak Chuck Garvey....
Went on down to the sensory deprivation bank
Tried to make a withdrawal
Met a guy named Leo or Hank
You know I really can't recall
Asked him if he could show me that way
I'd be mighty obliged
He said "I'll show you how to get there, my son
But first, you've got to show me how to... FLY!"

First you flap your arms like a madman looking pretty mean
Then you jump around like a bullfrog on a trampoline
Then you take a pair of styrofoam wings and tie 'em up really tight
With the wind on the skin of your face, you know you're ready for flight
I once knew a guy who bounced all day and jumped tonight
By the time the sun came up you know that he was ready for flight

Went on back down to the sensory deprivation bank
Just to Simonize the dog
Found myself crouched in the corner,
Finger-lickin' the Scary Chicken**
We were a million miles away
Traveling a million miles an hour***
It took us three days to get there, my son
How many heads has Stanley broken?

First you flap your arms like a madman looking pretty mean
Then you jump around like a bullfrog on a trampoline
Then you take a pair of styrofoam wings and tie 'em up really tight
With the wind on the skin of your face, you know you're ready for flight
I once knew a guy who bounced all day and jumped tonight
By the time the sun came up you know that he was ready for flight


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