King Of The Silver By day I'm a workin' man, layin' bricks or layin' pipe. I don't stand out in a crowd; just look like one of the guys. Little do they know, when I'm alone in bed at night, I become the King of the Silver Screen. I stare at the ceiling there; I know where I belong. I two step with Fred Astaire or fighting old King Kong. I can be any hero at all; Zorro or Don Juan. I know I'm the King of the Silver Screen. Hollywood movies keep flashin' across my mind. I could've been Valentino if I was born in another time. I might be solving a case or swinging from a tree. Share a joke with Crosby and Hope; we're such good friends, you see. Even dazzle the Academy with my versatility. 'Cause I'm the King of the Silver Screen. Hollywood movies keep flashin' across my mind. I could've been Errol Flynn if I was born in another time. I could've been a star. I could've been a star. I could've played that part. But Hollywood movies keep flashin' before my eyes. I could've been Greta Garbo if I was born in another time. I wake the very next day go on back to work. I'm just a face in a crowd; another average jerk. And all the guys on the building site look at me flirt. Because I'm the Queen of the Silver. Recitation: Yes, I'm the Queen of the Silver Screen. I admit it to all my fellow workers. I don't care any more. I'm tired of closets. I'm gonna eat my makeup for lunch today. Just stop hittin' me again. All right guys? I'm going to Hollywood to be a starlet. I know I'm 240 pounds and play center for the Detroit Lions. I don't care any more. I like makeup and dresses and Hollywood. I'll make somebody a great little wife. "Frankly, Scarlet, I don't give a damn."