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"Goosey Goosey" is a song by Andy Partridge. It appeared on the 1992 fan club cassette The Bull with the Golden Guts, then on Andy's Fuzzy Warbles Volume 1 in 2002.

QuotesEdit

Andy: “Another Nonsuch near miss. I feel the ghost of Barry Andrews is present on the minimal piano solo. Don't you ever dare call me gander head.”

Andy: “Spring 1990 saw me crouched over an eight track cassette recorder gooseying myself. Only the third song I'd written for what was to become Nonsuch. Obviously Gander the wizard hadn't worked his magic strong enough on this one. Don't ‘egg’ me on, all these puns just get me ‘down’. ‘Quill’ there be no end to them?”

LyricsEdit

Hey goosey goosey

I believe it's for having fun

Hey goosey goosey

I believe it's for everyone


One red morning

With no warning

Life comes crashing in

To wake you early with its golden din


One blue evening

Cruelly leaving

It goes breezing out

The very second that you figure it out

What it's all for


Everybody has a magic lantern

Everybody has an inner eye

Everybody has a magic carpet

Seems a shame if you don't let it fly

Tell you why


Hey goosey goosey

I believe it's for having fun

Hey goosey goosey

I believe it's for everyone


Some bright daytime

Worker's playtime

You get country-bound

Pick your girl up

Throw your oil-can down


Some dark nighttime

Final frighttime

As the reaper knocks

The wisdom of the ancients in a box

But it's too late


Everybody has a magic lantern

Everybody has an inner eye

Everybody has a magic carpet

Seems a shame if you don't let it fly

Tell you why


Hey goosey goosey

I believe it's for having fun

Hey goosey goosey

I believe it's for everyone


Yes I do


Goosey goosey gander

wither do you wander?

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