The Good Ship Misery Is a Song in The Pebble And The Penguin.
If you're in to pain and agony (Agony), If you love the great indoors, Welcome to the Good Ship Misery, The misery's all yours Everyday begins with misery (Misery), Breakfast in a rusty cup, Then we all get dull and miserable, And then we all throw up The boots have got the place so hot, That to your spot you've got the rock and roll There's never sun! The rats have run! Does anyone remember fun? No! No! No! No! Just thought I'd ask! If you're thinking this could never be (Think again!), If you're thinking it's the Ritz (Fat chance!), Sorry, but the Good Ship Misery is a reality, Hubie, baby, this is the pits!
You sit and think and pray you'll sink, Your muscles shrink, you start to stink, And when they cough that slimy slop, And drop a glop of some on top, It's woo! Everyday's a total tragedy (Tragedy), Then the days begin to blow, Getting bored aboard the misery, Is a redundancy, Is everybody miserable? Now you're talkin', Yes, sir!