"The Bob Song" as written by and Kenny Alphin....
I once knew a pirate named bob
B-o-b bob was a drunken old slob
B-o-b bob was about as dumb as a rock
But bob made it to the top

[Chorus]
He said you swing from your tree
And I'll swing from mine
You have your lemons
And I'll have my limes
Funny how we all act like monkeys sometimes
You swing from you tree
And I'll swing from mine

He said id rather make love than
I'd rather make millions then to never be bored
I'd rather be happy
Than to have anymore
Yes I'm little tangled in the vine

[Chorus]

[Repeat: x2]
You swing from your tree
And ill swing from mine
We'll all be happy sometime

[Chorus]

You have your whiskey
And ill drink my wine
You save your dollar and ill spend my dime
You swing from your tree
And ill swing from mine
We'll all be happy sometime
We'll all be happy sometime


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"The Bob Song" as written by Kenny Alphin

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    General CommentI like this song. great melody, funny text.
    anyone know what this whole BOB thing is all about?
    I know the tracks a cover of sorts.
    from a play?
    bloodomenon April 08, 2008   Link
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    General Commentthe phrase Guess I'm A little tangled in a vine is a direct reference to Bob Dylan and his song Tangled up in blue... it's evident through the song that he's talking about him
    TigerlilyGirlon August 06, 2008   Link

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