Walkin' Jim Stoltz - Prairie Dog lyrics
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Walkin' Jim Stoltz - Prairie Dog lyrics


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1) Out on the prairie in those wide open spaces,
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Sometimes I see you, those tiny little faces
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Back on your heels and head in the air,
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Barkin' a warning, I'd better beware.
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Chorus: Prairie Dog, Prairie Dog,
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Barkin' louder than a big bull frog,
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You're the king of the grassland, you're one top dog,

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You're a dusty dandy, you're a prairie dog.
2) When you're dirty and you're dry, and it's hard to
cope,
You take a bath in the dust, you don't use no soap.
Your drinking water comes from the grass that you eat,
And you scratch your head with those itty-bitty feet!
(Chorus)
3) Your town is where Life abounds
With the black-footed ferret and the bobcat around,
The bison comes to visit, too.
Life is a circle, they depend on you!
Chorus)
4) You're not a canine, and you're not like rover,
But those big watchdogs, they better roll over,
You're small in size, but your impact is big;
You nourish the Earth with those tunnels that you dig!
(Final Chorus)

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