A sign from His Noodley Appendage

Remember this:

On top of spaghetti,
All covered with cheese,
I lost my poor meatball,
When somebody sneezed.

It rolled off the table,
And on to the floor,
And then my poor meatball,
Rolled out of the door.

It rolled in the garden,
And under a bush,
And then my poor meatball,
Was nothing but mush.

The mush was as tasty
As tasty could be,
And then the next summer,
It grew into a tree.

The tree was all covered,
All covered with moss,
And on it grew meatballs,
And tomato sauce.

So if you eat spaghetti,
All covered with cheese,
Hold on to your meatball,
Whenever you sneeze.

According to Wikipedia, the song was originally written by folk performer Tom Glazer in 1963.  Apparently some of his later hits attempted to teach science through folk music to young children.  This all makes me wonder, was good old Tom an early prophet for the Flying Spaghetti Monster?  Could he have been telling a tale of the FSM that had been given to him in a dream, or otherwise?  Perhaps we’ll never know, but I believe that Tom was touched by His Noodley Appendage.