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Song Parodies -> "Booster"

Original Song Title:

"Rooster"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Alice In Chains

Parody Song Title:

"Booster"

Parody Written by:

Dennis

The Lyrics

Notes: After 'too much' seriousness, some levity. (unless, of course, you're at White Sands Missile Base.)
Ain't found a way to launch me yet,
Fresh-made from Aerojet,
Seems every flight-plan plots to nowhere.

Welds and rivets, bulkhead sheet,
launch tower, tall and neat.
I wish that they would send me somewhere.

Here, they've come to launch the booster,
Yeah, they're fueling the booster...
You know, it ain't gonna fly.
No, no, no - you know it ain't gonna fly.

Standing tall, white-painted steel,
Liquid oxygen is real,
The kerosene truck is a'coming.

Guidance cluster, programmed speed,
Coordinate calculations need,
Oh rocket-scientist, please, light my fuse.

Here, they've come to launch the booster,
Yeah, they're fueling the booster...
You know, it ain't gonna fly.
No, no, no - you know it ain't gonna fly.
My grandfather worked at Aerojet. Not sure if they still make rockets.

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