There's a rabbit in the log and I ain't got my dog, and how will I get 'im I'unno.
I'll get me a briar and I'll twist it in his hair, and that way I'll get 'im I know.
I know (I know), I know (yes and no), and that way I'll get 'im I know.
I'll get me a briar and I'll twist it in his hair, and that way I'll get 'im I know.

I'll build me a fire and I'll cook that old hare, gonna roll 'im in them flames and make 'im brown.
Have a feast here tonight, while the moon is shining bright 'fo I find myself a place to lie down.
To lie down (to lie down), to lie down (to lay down), find myself a place to lie down,
Have a feast here tonight, while the moon's shining bright, 'fo I find myself a place to lie down.

I'm goin' down the track with the coat ripped up my back and the soles of my shoes are nearly gone.
Just a litttle ways ahead there's an old farmer's shed, and that's where I'll rest my weary bones.
Weary bones (weary bones), my weary bones (you lazy bones), that's where I'll rest my weary bones.
Just a litttle ways ahead there's an old farmer's shed, and that's where I'll rest my weary bones.

Weary bones (weary bones), weary bones (you lazy bones), that's where I'll rest my weary bones.
Just a litttle ways ahead there's an old farmer's shed, and that's where I'll rest my weary bones.


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