The tiny ant leaves his tiny ant drops in the sand, And makes his home inside a rusty watering can, Occasionally going out to look for bread and jam.
He runs into a sparrow who hasn't eaten for a week, And later, quite contented, the sparrow cleans his beak, Failing to notice pussy cat has come out to take a leak. Our cat partakes of dinner when a sudden kangaroo Emerges from the undergrowth and asks to use the loo. Kangaroos aren't usually dangerous, for that would never do. My goodness, will you look at all the animals queuing on the stairs! Look at the animals in the zoo; how would you like to be one? They're waiting to use the lavatory and putting chewing gum in each other's hair. Look at the animals, look at you; well how would you like to free one? Good gracious, will you look at all the animals playing with their tools! Look at the animals, look at you; well how would you like to queer one? Flying from the chandeliers and treading in their elephantine stools. Look at the animals, two by two; aren't you glad to be one? This kangaroo's a lunatic and his pouch is very full Of pussy cats and penguins who can't fly as a rule,
But then neither could the pussy cat: he never went to school. The kangaroo gets nervous when confronted by the size Of an elephant named Simon who is always telling lies; He swears he wears green corduroys and can button up his fly. Presently, a fatter Simon's indigestion fails. He regurgitates the whole damn mess into an aluminum pail, And the tiny ant scuttles back inside his watering can Occasionally going out to look for bread and jam. (Woof, woof, woof)