Well the flora and the fauna
Are sitting in the sauna
And things are getting nice and steamy Now when flora says to fauna
You really turn me onna
Fauna says I know
But tell me how you are
Like a drip-drip-dropple of rain
After a long long drought
You ease my pain
And you are like the cool cool touch of the breeze
You bend my knees
And feed my soul

Well the fauna and the flora
Are in the grocery stora
And someone’s getting rascally
And spry when fauna says to flora
I really do adore ya
Flora says I know
But tell me why you are like
That one hot spot in the sun
After a long winter storm
You know how to get me warm
And you ignite a fire inside of my heart You tear me apart and feed my soul

Well the flora and the fauna
They moved to Panamana
And they set up shop down there
And now they haven’t got a care
Except the children
And flora tends the garden
And fauna works the field
In their little place down by the old windmill
And sometimes late at night
They fight just so they can make up in the moonlight
And you are like a drip-drip-dropple of rain
After a long long drought
You ease my pain
And you ignite a fire inside of my heart You tear me apart and feed my soul Now let’s grow old together



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