Our good friends at Edison Square are now performing a new song about everyone’s favorite environmentally conscious robot, WALL*E, and they were good enough to provide us with a copy of the lyrics even before they appear on the Edison Square Web site.
The song, sung to the tune of “Hello, Dolly!” (what else?) goes a little something like this:
Well, Hello Twinkie
You’re so nice when I go home you’ll come along.
This is a swell, tea cup
These are a D cup
This one’s glowin’, this fan’s blowin’
They’ll all come along.
I am a bit lonely
And I wish only
That I had a friend who wasn’t just a roach.
So, crush that trash, WALL*E
Cannibalize some parts, WALL*E
WALL*E’ll never have a friend again.
Well, hello WALL*E!
I enjoyed when you put on that ancient song.
Hey what is that, WALL*E?
It’s a plant, WALL*E,
It’s still growin’, so I’m goin’
I must move along.
No more time for playin’
‘Cause I’m not stayin’
My directive says I must go home again, so
None of that, EVE
I’m gonna come along, EVE
I promise you’ll never be alone again
I flew away clinging on to a space ship
And through the atmosphere’s haze
I followed EVE through the maze of the space ship
Together we’ll show Captain the good old days
Those good old days
Hello, Well Hello WALL*E
Well hello, like my chair, WALL*E?
It’s sure nice but do you like my girlfriend’s gun?
Please understand, Captiain
Can you stand, Captain?
AUTO’s gone insane, is over wrought, and glares like HAL
We can’t get thinner
If we drink dinner
So we must turn this ship Earthward once again
This is grand, people
EVE finally held my hand, people
WALL*E’ll never be alone again