HONEYMOON ON A ROCKET SHIP
Recorded by Hank Snow
Words and music Johnny Masters
[D] I know somewhere out in the world
There [D7] is a gal for [G] me
I'd [A] like to find and make you mine
How happy [A7] we would [D] be ...
We wouldn't need a moonlit night
To [D7] sit outdoors and [G] spoon
'Cause [A] I would buy a rocket ship
And take you [A7] to the [D] moon.
[A7] We would have our honeymoon
[D] On the rocket ship
[E] We would fly from [E7] star to star
[A] On our wedding [A7] trip
[D] You could make your wedding gown
Out [D7] of a big moon-[G] beam
[A] Sprinkle stardust in your hair
You'd be a [A7] perfect [D] dream.
We'd sit on top of the universe with no one else around
I'd reach right up and pick the stars and make you a pretty crown.
I'd place it on your little head and kiss your smiling lips
As we glided out through space upon the rocket ship
Then we'd go strolling arm in arm along the milky way
We would visit every planet on our wedding day
We would laugh and love sweetheart and you could be my wife
We would find the land of love out there in paradise.
We would have our honeymoon, on the rocket ship
We would fly from star to star, on our wedding trip
I'd take my old guitar along and we could softly croon
On our journey through the sky and headed for the moon.
SOURCE: The Best Of Hank Snow; Vol. II