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What does a kitty say? Moo
What does a frog say? Moo

When you get older your body will grow hair
On your legs, your arm pits and even down there
Some people shave theirs off but I let mine grow
Because I'm an animal, because I'm an animal

Cats and dogs and bunnies and frogs
And donkeys and monkeys and possums and spunkies
And turtles and hippos and bears and horses
And people like you and me and tortoises
(We're all animals)

Sit out in the cold and I sing songs
That hair on my legs is like wearing long junks
I wish that there was hair on my hands and my arms
'Cause I can't wear gloves when I play guitar
No, I can't wear gloves when I play guitar

Cats and dogs and bunnies and frogs
And donkeys and monkeys and possums and spunkies
And turtles and hippos and bears and horses
And people like you and me and tortoises
(We're all animals)

Hey McAllister, can you think of any other animals?
Yeah, we can, giraffe, elephant
That's right
Hyena, hippo [Incomprehensible]
And what sounds do they make?

We're all animals
That's right, uncle Bob
We're all animals, humans

When you get older your body will grow hair
On your legs, your arm pits and even down there
Some people shave theirs off but I let mine grow
Because I'm an animal and I like being natural

And I don't care about what's fashionable
Because I'm an animal
Because I'm an animal
Because I'm an animal



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