Each page contains navigation at the top letting you immediately go from one song to the next in the order they appear on the album. Also, if you have a graphical browser (e.g. Internet Explorer), all pages have a style sheet specific for printing. Assuming you have a fairly recent browser version, each page should look fine when printed.
The lyrics for "Pac-Man Fever" came from Marshall Stowe via his site, The Pac-Page, which (to the best of my knowledge) is the oldest Pac-Man site on the Web.
The rest of the songs' lyrics came from James R. Leek (firstname.lastname@example.org), who originally typed them all up for his own Pac-Man Fever site. The lyrics were not published with the album, so he had to figure them out from listening to it. When he took the site down in 1997, I e-mailed him asking if I could use his lyrics. He agreed.
As I prepared the lyrics for this site, I discovered some lines that I didn't think were correct. I e-mailed my corrections to James, most of which he agreed with. There were a couple where he was certain he was right, so I left those as he had done them.
In 1999, I received the following from Mike Stewart: "Just a note, I am printing out the lyrics from your page for Gary to sing from today." Stewart played a Moog synthesizer on "Mousetrap" and "Berzerk" in 1981. He's now the owner of The Sound Shop, the studio where they re-recorded the songs for compact disc, and acted as a recording engineer for those sessions. He later sent me the photo of Gary Garcia with the lyric sheet seen here.
In 2000, I was able to obtain a Pac-Man Fever Song Book from eBay. I discovered that even it had some lyric errors, but they were quite obvious. It did, however, allow me to settle the few disagreements James and I had had. As best I could determine, none of the errors present in the lyrics on this site in 1999 made it on to the CD. I guess as Garcia sang it a few times, they came back to him.