Hell, I'd go
If they came down and got me
They could be little green men, yeah
That wouldn't stop me
Buzzin' through the galaxy
Who could beat a ride for free?

For all I know I'm just the perfect fellow
Not too white, not too yellow
Get me on that big space ship
This could be my hippest trip!

Hey you, UFO guy
Put me first on standby
I'm traveling light, my attitude's right

I've seen that night
Don't call me crazy
They were in the sky
Lookin' quite amazin'
Doin' figure 8s around the moon

Count me in
I ain't no hesitater
I'll ride aboard
And write home later
Say: "How you folks at home?
I just got the bug to roam!"

Hey you, UFO guy
How you make that thing fly?
Say, I won't tell, I won't say a thing

Aloha, Saturn
Aurora Borealis
We'll hit 'em all
We'll land in Dallas
There'll be a big parade for me

I'll make the news, just wait and see
I'll tell 'em about my galactic flight
We was buzzin' left and whizzin' right
So put your brakes on where you be
And plunk that saucer down by me

Hey you, skinny space man
Can't you see that I'm on the lam?
Come on, you flyin' saucer
Make me an offer
I'll book the flight
The time is right

I got my bags
And I got my shots
So come on, shorty
Read my thoughts!

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