Hey, my name is bunny I knew I should a taken a left turn at Albuquerque And I, got a little bit of worry You see, I'm, all out of tea and I'm expecting company by the old oak tree And the cleaners still have my tails And this dusty trail is a long way from home Can you find the kindness in your heart? Can you spare a turnip from your cart? I've been living on brambles The rabbit hole's in shambles Can you find the kindness in your heart? Hey, I said...it's kind of funny See I too am hopping the trail and quite far from home And you, you probably shouldn't worry You see, my kids don't eat for free And we're expecting another so the wife gets mean And the pantry, is bare as hell And though small your meaty bones will do quite well Can't you see the weakness in my heart? Shake a leg and hop up in my cart You'll feed my dirt grimed children Don't make me out for the villain Can you see the hunger in my heart? So if our souls do cross again You'll know the tale of hungry men Prowling round while wearing tales of all the hares they found Oooo I'm going to cook your little bunnies too I've got you now, you'r wabbit stew Can't you see the weakness in my heart? Bang Bang, your blown apart This here's my rabbit shotgun One shell left and it's a good one Can you see the hunger in my heart?
Written by: The Oliver Moore Band
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