THE LOVE SONG OF FREDERICK J. FLINTSTONE
Let us go then, Barney and I
As the Bedrock sun is spread out against the sky
Like a Brontoburger laid out upon a table
And in the cave the women come on through
Speaking of the Great Gazoo
I am not Joe Rockhead nor was I meant to be
A stone quarry worker willing to bowl a frame or two
I grow old, I grow old
Shall I wear my saber-toothed tiger suit rolled?
Shall I prepare bronto ribs to eat?
Power a car with my feet?
I hear Pebbles and Bam-Bam singing each to each
And in the cave the women came on through saying