I feel that chickens have rights, Chickens have rights, Chickens have rights.
We feel that chickens have rights, Chickens have rights, Chickens have rights.

No Buffalo Wings, make it tuna delight.
Sure I care about the dolphins plight.
Get that oven-roaster out of my sight.
Rosemary and garlic won't make it right.

I was eatin' peanuts on a trans-Atlantic flight.
Dropped 'em in the aisle as I realized with fright.
Coming from airport, stopped at a red light.
I yelled it out the window; creating quite the blight.

Can't keep my arms from flappin', though I try with all my might.
My wife and kids they wonder if I'm feelin's so all right.
Dinner's on the table, my wife says "take a bite."
I glare with narrowed eyes and say, "go fly a kite."

My kids go to the health store on a dark and stormy night.
They come back with the goods, my stars are shining bright.
Rice and beans sound dynamite.
Use the whole jar, I got a big appetite.


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