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Animal Crackers lyrics

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Aerosmith – Animal Crackers lyrics

Chorus:
Don't Wanna Close My Eyes
I Don't Wanna Fall Asleep
'Coz I'd Miss You Baby
And I Don't Wanna Miss a Thing

Know What I was Thinkin'
(What?)
I, I Really Don't Think That the Animal Crracker
Qualifies as a Cracker
(Wyh?)
Well, 'Cause it's Sweet
Which is an in Suggest Cookie
And When You Put a Cheese on Something
It's Sorta the Finer Characteristic
Of What Makes a Cracker
Why I thought of That, I Just
(Baby, You Have Such Sweet Fill-up Talk)
Ya Got Like a Little Animal Cracker
Discovery Channel Thing

Watch the gazelle as He Grazes Through the Open Plains
Now Look, as the Cheetah approaches,
Watch as He Stalks His Prey
Now the Gazell is a Little Spooked
He Could Head North
To the 'Manless Peaks Above'
Or South
The Gazelle Now Faces Mans Most Paralous Question
North or
South Way Down
Tune in Next Week
(Baby, do You Think It's Possible
That Anyone Else in This World
Is Doing This Very Same Thing
At This Very Same Moment?)
I Hope so,
Otherwise What the Hell are We Trying to Say?

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