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BEAUTIFUL PEA GREEN BOAT (Laurie Anderson / Edwin Lear) Laurie Anderson I'm lying in the shade of my family tree I'm a branch that broke off What will become of me? Dear Mom, I'm lying here in this queen-sized bed. I'm thinking back To all the stories you read to me. About the little animals who went to sea In their beautiful pea green boat. But I can't remember now What happened then? Dear Mom, how does it end? The owl and the pussycat went to sea In a beautiful pea green boat. They took some honey and lots of money Wrapped in a five pound note. The owl looked up to the stars above And sang to a small guitar. O lovely pussy! Pussy my love! What a wonderful pussy you are. Let us be married Too long we've tarried But what shall we do for a ring? What shall we do for a ring? Hey! Hey! They sailed away for a year and a day To the land where the bong tree grows And there in a wood a piggy wig stood A ring at the end of his nose A ring at the end of his nose. And hand in hand at the edge of the sand They danced by the light of the By the light of the, by the light of the moon. And hand in hand at the edge of the sand They danced by the light of the By the light of the, by the light of the moon. The moon, the moon. Hey! Hey! Hey! Hey!

    


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