over rocks and trees and sand
soaring over cliffs
and gently floating down to land
she proudly lifts her voice
to sound her mating call
and soon her mate responds by singing
"caw, caw, caw,"

come with me, lesbian seagull
settle down and rest with me
fly with me, lesbian seagull
to my little nest by the sea

with me, that's where you belong
with me, I know I can be strong
when you're with me

she skims the water
at the new time to seek her fish
and she emerges with one squirming in her beak
she plays among the waves
and hides between the swells
she walks the beach at twilight
searching for some shells

come with me, lesbian seagull
settle down and rest with me
oh, fly with me, lesbian seagull
to my little nest by the sea

with me, that's where you belong
with me, I know I can be strong
when you're you're with me

and in the evening
as they watch the setting sun
she loooks at her as if to say
the day is done
it's time to find their shelter
hidden in the dunes
and fall asleep
to the music of the moon

you and me
lesbian seagull
you just watch the world, oh my
just you and me, lesbian seagull

side by side with me 'til we die
('til we die)
you and I, we can make it if we try
our love will keep us flyin' high
until we die...


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    General Commentha ha ha... is this song for real?

    Didn't Beavis & Butt-Head hippie teacher sang this one on some episode?
    Prometeoon May 18, 2006   Link
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    General Comment^
    Yeah, that hippy guy did sing it. That's where I first heard it.
    I got no idea what it's about.
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    who_killed_heidi?on May 29, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThe hippie teacher sang in the Beavis And Butthead Do America movie.

    And its a real song.
    diabolic666on December 07, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI guess it's his response to a government study of long term lesbian monogamous behavior in seagulls lol.
    Allmarsh180on August 12, 2008   Link

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