When You've Got Imagination

“When You’ve Got Imagination"

Ron Ovadia, lyric; Ron Grant, music

What would you do if the tongue of your shoe could talk to you?

And what would you think if the eye of a needle winked?

Would you be alarmed if the arm of a chair could lend a hand?

Or a body of water had a leg on which to stand!

 

Now suppose that the nose of a plane had to sneeze

Or the mouth of a river ever yawned

How weird if an ear of corn could hear a ring

Or the lip of a cup could pucker up for kissing

 

Anything is possible

When you've imagination

There's nothing you can't see or feel

No thought or no sensation

A tree could walk a rock could talk

An ant could lift an elephant

It doesn't need an explanation

When you've got imagination

 

Would you be shocked if the foot of a mountain walked?

Or get uptight if the tooth of a comb could bite

What if the head of a pin contained a brain, why not?

And took a spin through the neck of the woods on a train of thought!     

 

Anything is possible

When you've imagination

There's nothing you can't try or do

No rules, no limitations

Two flowers could dance a minuet                   

Your dog could recite the alphabet

It doesn't need an explanation

When you've got imagination

A chest of drawers with muscles                         

The hand of a clock you shake

The shoulder of a road that shrugs so hard                 

Like a real earthquake

The heart of a jungle beating                         

A naval orange you tickle

The butt of a joke that's sitting on

The seat of a motorsickle

Anything is possible when you've imagination                

A whole new world will open up

Just filled with fascination

Oh you could sail across the sky

On a butterfly in a big bow tie

It doesn't need an explanation

When you've got imagination