"Save Me from Dali" as written by Homer Flynn and Hardy Winfred Fox....
The light bulb went out
Late last night
And left me wanting
For my sight
I sat on the floor
I played solitaire
Then someone whispered,
"A Dali nightmare!"

First there were feet
Of an athlete
Then there were toes
That decomposed

And all over me
Bled an amputee
On a symphony
Save me from Dali!

My watch was melting
On the sand
A moustache for
A second hand
My arm was held up
By my hair
And so I whispered
"A Dali nightmare!"

First there were feet
Of an athlete
Then there were toes
From Mexico

Save me from Dali!


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"Save Me From Dali" as written by Homer Flynn Hardy Winfred Fox

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