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(Okay, is everybody ready to be animals? Yeah!)

See that bluebird on a limb he wants you to fly away with him
He wants you to wear a featherly vest
And he wants you to sleep in a featherly nest
But he can't have you no no no I ain't gonna let you go
Birds in the sky you'd better see my little birds are staying with me

See that fish down in the sea he wants you to paddle away from me
He wants you to splash and bubble and swim
He wants you to live in the water with him
But he can't have you no no no I ain't gonna let you go
Birds in the sky and fish in the sea my little fishes are staying with me
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Hear that lion roarin' in the Zoo he wants you to come and live there too
But he don't know that when you're cryin' you can roar louder than any ole lion
So he can't have you no no no I ain't gonna let you go
Birds and fish and lions better see
My little animals're staying with me yes they are



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