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Two Little Men in a Flying Saucer

This song is by Ella Fitzgerald and appears on the compilation Space Guitar & Deathray Boogie - Vintage Science Fiction Songs 1930-1954 (2005).

Two little men in a flying saucer flew down to Earth one day
Looked to left and right of it, couldn't stand the sight of it and said let's fly away
They took a look at a Western movie, somebody heard them say
If a horse can be a star, think how dumb the people are, we'd better fly away

Then they shook their little green antennas, scratched their purple hair
Said this planet is an awful menace, let's go back to where we came from
Two little men in a flying saucer just didn't care to stay
Said it's too peculiar here, headed for the stratosphere and quickly flew away

Now they took a left in Ebbets Field in Brooklyn when the Dodgers played a baseball game
Heard all the screaming, said we must be dreaming 'cause this planet is insane
During intermission, heard a politician making speeches as they traveled by
But they departed faster than they started 'cause the holler blew them sky high

Two little men in a flying saucer flew down to Earth one day
Listened to a radio, saw a television show and said let's fly away
They got their fill of commercial jingles and they were heard to say
All the people seem to be living in a nursery we'd better fly away

Traveled all around and once they'd seen us said let's head for space
We were better off on Mars and Venus, goodness what a place to live in
Two little men in a flying saucer just didn't care to stay
Crossed a crowded thoroughfare, saw the hats the women wear and quickly flew away
And quickly flew away

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