The US is the Eagle
Russia is the Bear
Australia is the Kangaroo
'cause they're kinda weird down there, yeahhh
India is the Tiger
that stands so proud and tall
but Canada is the greatest of them all

We are the Beaver,
we're furry and we're free
Yeah, we are the Beaver,
we got two big front teeth
Yeah, we are the beaver,
we can chew right through small trees
Yeah, we are the beaver
we are the beaver
we are the beaver

You might think a rodent
is a pretty lame choice
for a national animal
but don't ya listen to that voice
No, 'cause all them birds and predators
just take from the land
but the beaver always gives a dam

We are the beaver,
we got cute little webbed feet
Yeah, we are the beaver,
it's bark we like to eat
Yeah, we are the beaver,
the nickel we complete
Yeah, we are the beaver
we are the beaver
we are the beaver

The eagle flys the skies above
and swoops down on it's prey
The big bear will maul anyone
who dares gets in its way
The tiger is the greatest of
the hunters today
but the beaver, it can build dams, yeah
The beaver it can build dams, dams
DAAAAAAAAAAAMMMSSSSSSSSSSSS

We are the beaver,
we slap our tails when danger's nearby
We are the beaver,
we got waterproof hides
Yeah, we are the beaver,
we got big bums and beady eyes
We are the beaver
we are the beaver
we are the beaver

We are the beaver,
our name is often used as a double entendre
Yeah, we are the beaver,
'cause in Canada both French and English belong
Yeah, we are the beaver,
and the subject of this song is
We are the beaver
We are the beaver
We are the beaver
I can't hear you

We are the beaver
We are the beaver
We are the beaver
Are you getting the point?

We are the beaver
We are the beaver
We are the beaver


Lyrics submitted by Jeril

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