Front cover winterlings poems that live as people
Front cover winterlings poems that live as people
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  1. Be Kind To The Housefly

From the album Poems That Live As People

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Lyrics

Be Kind To The Housefly

Heeeeeee was booooorn a maggot on a watermelon rind
His faaaace was smaaaall but no one at all ever seemed to mind

Be kind to the housefly x2
He don’t know how he got in, he might not get back out again

He don’t know that peoooople own the air in rooms they buy
Cause if he oooowned a little denim coat he couldn’t even fly

Be kind to the housefly x2
He don’t know how he got in, he might not get back out again
Be kind to the housefly x2
soon he may be dead

BRIDGE:
Momma’s in the kitchen cookin’ pork
Left a little old crack in that little old back screen door
Bacon is an invitation he just can’t ignore

Be kind to the housefly x2
He don’t know how he got in, that bacon smelled so good to him
Be kind to the housefly x2
Soon he may be dead

We all live inside our skin and wish for happy lives

Be kind to the housefly x2
we don’t know how we got in, we might not get back out again
Be kind to the housefly x2
Soon he may be dead
Soon we may be dead

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