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performed by Cool Hand Uke

©2005 Dan Scanlan, Wish 'n' Wail Music, ASCAP

dan@coolhanduke.com

Walkin’ Momma’s Dog Through the Graveyard
©2004 Dan Scanlan

In the summer of my youth I thought I’d be a bard
Playing the ukulele wasn’t very hard
I’d find rhymes at odd-ball times
My friends would think me a “card”
In the summer of my youth, I thought I’d be a bard.

When I hit my second childhood I sought my inner peace
By wallowing in the spirit of gasolene and grease
In my clench I held the wrench
Of mechanical decrees
It was in my second childhood I sought my inner peace.

Now the rear-view mirror that looks back shows more than what’s ahead
And the Mother who sang me too-ra-loo-ra joined with Dad the dead
She paid her tax her soul relaxed
Left her dog on her bed
Mirror looking back shows more than what’s ahead.

Now I’m walkin’ momma’s dog through the graveyard

Too-ra-loo-ra-loo-ra, angels keeping guard
Walking momma’s dog through the graveyard.
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