"There's Nothing Like A Dog" as written by and Jim Mayer....
Whether his name is Rover or scooter
Or skimpy or smiley or Pete
Taking my dog around the block is
Is a super colossal treat
He's a treasure to me
A great ball of fur
A please don't get rid of me package I'm sure
I even love his slobbering tongue
It's a major detoxification agent for scum

There's nothing like a dog
Nothing like a dog
For running in the park
Or just laying around the house
But you'd better not expect him
To catch a sneaky mouse

There's nothing like a goose
Or a French Canadian moose
I appreciate their heritage
I see them at the zoo
But they never catch the sticks I throw
It's just not what they do

If he's sleeping or playing or eating
He¹s so happy that it's me she¹s greeting
Even if he chews, on my favorite shoes
I can understand that, it's what some dogs'll do

Once upon a time I had a dog that liked my feet
It licked between my toes, and nibbled with it's teeth
I don't think he was trying to sneak an extra evening snack
It was just his simple way of saying please keep coming back.

There's nothing like a cow
But I can¹t imagine how
I'd fit that big fat cow up on my bed
And snuggle beside him and rub his furry head.

I'm so happy that I've got a rover
To help me sit and think it over
When my mind's made up
I'll celebrate in style
And scratch my Rover's little hairy belly for a while

If she's sleeping or playing or eating
She's so happy that it¹s me she's meeting
Even if she chews, on my favorite shoes
I can understand that, it's what some dogs'll do

There's nothing like a dog
Nothing like a dog
For running in the park
Or just laying around the house
There's nothing, nothing like a dog



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"There's Nothing Like a Dog" as written by Jim Mayer

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