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A Day In The Life (Of A Snail)

Zero-Hartman

This song was written to raise awareness for the plight of snails. It depicts the average day in the life of a snail, which is fraught with danger and abuse. Send any donations for FTPWATS to my bank account ಠ_ಠ

Woke up, fell out my shell
That is strange, 'cause I'm a snail.
Made my way outside, was almost crushed
Looking up, I saw that he was French.
Found my shell, and grabbed my slime
But I'm so slow, I'm out of time
Found my way inside the Frenchmans hand
He then said 'bon!' and I went into a dream

(Chorus)
Aaaaahhhhhhh ahhahh ahhhhhhh
Woahawooooaaaaah ooooh
Ahhhh, ahhahh ahhhhhh
Woahawooooaaaaah ooooh

I saw a bird today, oh boy
When I was visiting Blackburn, Lancashire
And although the bird was rather small
He could still swallow me whole
And know they know how many birds it takes to hunt the average snaaaiiiillll

Outro

Songwriting credit Lennon/McCartney 1967,,Capitol EMI Records
This song was written to raise awareness for the plight of snails. It depicts the average day in the life of a snail, which is fraught with danger and abuse. Send any donations for FTPWATS to my bank account ಠ_ಠ

Woke up, fell out my shell
That is strange, 'cause I'm a snail.
Made my way outside, was almost crushed
Looking up, I saw that he was French.
Found my shell, and grabbed my slime
But I'm so slow, I'm out of time
Found my way inside the Frenchmans hand
He then said 'bon!' and I went into a dream

(Chorus)
Aaaaahhhhhhh ahhahh ahhhhhhh
Woahawooooaaaaah ooooh
Ahhhh, ahhahh ahhhhhh
Woahawooooaaaaah ooooh

I saw a bird today, oh boy
When I was visiting Blackburn, Lancashire
And although the bird was rather small
He could still swallow me whole
And know they know how many birds it takes to hunt the average snaaaiiiillll

Outro

Songwriting credit Lennon/McCartney 1967,,Capitol EMI Records
Posted: Jan 25, 2009 1:13 AM - Quote - Report!

hippotato7

This is modern lyrical virtuosity at its finest This is modern lyrical virtuosity at its finest
Posted: Jan 25, 2009 11:53 PM - Quote - Report!
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