By Jan Harmon
words and music © 1984
1. Martians invited us up for tea.
We shall arrive at a-quarter past three.
They'll fly us to MARS with a Martian named MARGE.
Then, they'll take us to their house in their . .
CHORUS: MARZ BARS . . eat 'em in your cars, bars.
Better than Atari, starry Saggitariars, bars.
Screen stahs . . eat 'em in the Casbahs!
Yummy-ummy, sticky-icky, creamy-eemy, juicy-oosy,
munchy-unchy, slurpy-urpy, gooey-ooey . .
2. They will be serving us MARZipan . .
Campbell's MARZmellow Soup, from a can . .
Orange MARZmalade over MARZcaroni stars . .
MARZachino Cherries, and . .
3. Then, to the theater, we will go.
We will be seeing MARZcelle MARZceau.
MARZcello MARZtriani will strum his guitars . .
Then we'll have a few MARZtinis, in . .
4. Then, we'll go strolling through the Canals.
We'll see MARZ Mongooses in their corrals.
We'll watch MARZupials hop mete-ars.
And . . OVER THAR'S A COUPLE OF . .
5. Then, we will tell them we must be off.
We'll say, "ADIOS" and "MARZeltov".
And, as we depart, we will see the Canalis . .
and the ruby luminary of the
6. Maybe, tomorrow they'll visit me!
I'll serve their favorite Galactical Tea,
hydrogen-cycles, and pickled cigars,
cosmologic lollypops and hippopotaMARZ