Here's a yellow balloon
That I bought for you
From a nice old man

Come let's sit 'neath the shade of this tree
'Cause I'm too tired to stand

We can watch the squirrels runnin' around
Hear the laughin' children in the playground
We can get away, find a game to play, almost anything

In the park
You and me
One hour a day
We spend casually
Whatever the weather

We can lie
'Neath the sunny sky
And if it rains I'll hold you close to keep you dry
Just as long as we can spend some time
In the park together

Hear the carousel
That we knew so well
When we were small

As I slay the Dragon
From my gallant stallion
I feel ten feet tall

Then there's the zoo
With the lions so proud
The monkeys always seem
To make us laugh out loud

And the concrete and clay
Seem to melt away
To another day

In the park
You and me
One hour a day
We spend casually
Whatever the weather

Whoa, we can lie
'Neath the sunny sky
And if it rains I'll hold you close to keep you dry
Just as long as we can spend some time
In the park together

In the park
You and me
One hour a day
We spend casually
Whatever the weather

We can lie
'Neath the sunny sky
And if it rains I'll hold you close to keep you dry
Just as long as we can spend some time
In the park together


Lyrics submitted by Zughiaq

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