Dan Gribbin

Dan Gribbin

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Folk - Contemporary | Daytona Beach, Florida, United States
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Member Since: 2005
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Lyrics

AT THE AQUARIUM

Can you come, can you come, can you come, can you come.

It's a fine day at the aquarium, but there's trouble back at the zoo.
The spoonbill keeper stuck a fork in her thumb,
And her face is turning blue.

Can you come, can you come, can you come, can you come.

It's a fine day at the aquarium, pandaemonium at the zoo.
Come a river otter, leatherback, ibis, owl--
Gotta figure out what to do.

Can you come, can you come, can you come, can you come.

It's a fine day at the aquarium, and the owl has a likely plan.
The peacock has a magnificent tail;
He could use it as a fan.

Can you come, can you come, can you come, can you come.

Sit the keeper down on a tree stump round, let the peacock swish his tail.
Oh, there's never a finer sight to be found
As that blue face turning pale.

Can you come, can you come, can you come, can you come.

It's a fine day at the aquarium, a better day at the zoo.
The spoonbill keeper has her rosy cheeks,
And the peacock's tail is blue..

Can you come, can you come, can you come, can you come.

On a fine day at the aquarium, if your face is turning blue,
Come a river otter, leatherback, ibis, owl,
And a peacock will fan you.

�© 2009 Daniel V. Gribbin



Song Length
2:42
Genre
Folk - General
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Mood
Cheerful

Subject Matter
Birds

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Label Credits Anhinga Harmonics