-> "The Lunar Rover"
Original Song Title:
"The Irish Rover"
Parody Song Title:
"The Lunar Rover"
In the year of our Lord, nineteen seventy-two
we lift off from the Cape Kennedy
And our flight was to land on the surface of Moon
and we had with us new set of wheels!
She was wonderful car, she could go near and far
and oh, how the four wheels drove her!
She was not very fast, she had television mast
and we called her the Lunar Rover!
We had one telly cam for the Moon views to scan
We had two seats for driver and crew
We had three days to stay on the Moon, make our way
We had four motors to make our trips through.
We had five miles of range, we had six gears to change,
Seven miles per hour to reach cover -
We had eight bags of rocks of the Moon at the docks,
In the hold of the Lunar Rover
There was skipper John Young who was handsome and strong,
There was pilot of LEM, Charlie Duke -
There was Ken Mattingly who was left alone to be
on the orbit while we went to Moon
There was room full of crew in the Houston who knew
all the details of our mission up over -
And your man Ferencz Paulics from the old Hungary
Was designer of the Lunar Rover
We had spent seven days on our trip, so to say
and then Houston called us for return
We made lift-off at moon and in six minutes, soon
we met Ken, docked and saw Moon at stern
Our mission was success, so reported the press
We did science, took the samples and drove there -
But to save fuel and time, our dear car was left behind
She is still there, our Lunar Rover!
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