[LMB] Moose Moose Moose (but no Squirrel) , OT:
Don Iain of Rannoch
Don_Iain at verizon.net
Thu, 12 Aug 2004 21:06:32 -0400
OK, I have to do it (Ducking and Running):
When I was a young man I used to like girls,
I'd fondle their bodies I'd play with their curls,
'Til my wife ran away with a saleman named Bruce,
Now you'd never be treated that way by a moose!
Then its moose, moose, I like a moose.
I have never had anything quite like a moose.
I've had many lovers, my life has been loose,
But I've never had anything quite like a moose.
2.I've done it with all kinds of beasties with hair,
I'd do it with snakes if their fangs were not their,
I've done it with llamas, sheep, dogs and a goose,
But I've never had anything quite like a moose!
3.When I'm in the need for a very good lay,
I go to the closet and pull out some hay,
I open the window and spread it around,
Because moose will come running when there's hay to be found.
4.When I am an old man, advanced in my years,
I'll look back on my life and shed me no tears,
I'll sit in my rocker with a glass of Matoose,
Playing hide the salami with Marvin the Moose.
5.I've died, gone to heaven, my soul soars away,
I show up at those gates with my bale of hay,
Now they're bound to inquire as to my grin,
And I'll wind up in hell humpin' mooses again.
(Lines 1-3 are sung slowly with much bellowing in background Line 4
the fastest line of the whole song.) From: Dave Martucci
Don Iain of Rannoch, OWST
Husband to Lady Elizabeth of Cranstone
Richard A. Macdonald. CPA/EA
SSG (Ret), USA, ADA 16P34
Dedicated follower of Fr Luca Paccioli, Master Juggler.
Gib mir Schokolade und niemand wird verletzt!!!!!!