The sun has got his hat on, he's got his little shoes on coz he's leaving in the morning coz he's been so unhappy. i know just how he feels, but i forget, i forget why. i forget why i feel the same.
every night when i come home, the monkey's on the table, cracking nuts and eating spice. he's cracking nuts and eating spice and whilst that makes him happy i'm sitting at the table crying. but it's not the monkey's fault oh no it's not the monkey's fault. i forget, i forget why. (monkey sings) he forget's, he forget's why...
solo!
A penny for a spool of thread, a penny for a needle. i'l sew myself a coat to wear and fly off on an eagle.
if i don't come back home, then please don't be too sad. i forget, i forget where i live. i forget, i forget where i live.
Then one night i make it home and the monkey's left the table so i climb into my comfy bed with the horses in the stable. the monkey taps me on the head and whispers in my ear. i forget now i forget what he said. i forget now, i forget what he said, i forget now, i forget what he said.


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