don’t believe in unicorns but I do believe they have one horn
saw someone eat an octopus today
do believe in Capricorns but I don't believe that once you're born
the stars have much if any role to play

I believe that dolphins think that
when they die they will not stink
that's why they headed back into the brine
sometimes I wonder why we left
the webbing on hour hands suggest
the hair alignments on our arms and chests attest
we're whaliens

sometimes I theorize a time when we and dolphins shared the drink
sea level fell that made the dolphins think
it's time for one of us to go
and you don't have a blowhole so
your upright posture ought to let you know
you're whalien

I do believe in Capricorns
but I don't believe that once you're born
the stars have much if any role to play
moon sun and sea are quite enough
to spin pull and provide enough
for us but make things mighty rough
for aliens

at night I am a whalien
whose eyesight may be failing him
but sonar navigates me through the sea
at night I am a whalien
whose grandma was Australian
she wed a six foot sea creature named Larry


Lyrics submitted by NatSelleck

Whaliens song meanings
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