"Outside These Walls" as written by Jonathan Alexander Letcher Albright, Michael Craig Deming, Ryan Ackerman Downing, Jonathan David Owens, John Wesley Chester and Meagan Beth Plummer....
A little red bird sings the zoo to sleep
While a fox picks the locks so the two can leave
"Just a few more songs and we'll be free
To stay in the shade of the wildest trees!"

With a smile in the dark, a silent fox creeps
Past the giraffes and the lion's keep
To a place that's always been just out of his reach.
He smiles in the dark; a little red bird sings.

"I don't care if you have feathers and I have claws!
Both of us need to get ouside these walls!
Maybe things are better outside these walls!
Maybe things are better outside!"

A little red bird sings her tune;
It reverberates in the empty zoo.
And she keeps singing
She keeps singing
She keeps singing because she wants to!

"I don't care if you have feathers and I have claws!
Both of us need to get ouside these walls!
Maybe things are better outside these walls!
Maybe things are better!"

"Maybe I can set this right.
Take these keys of mine and get outside!"

"I don't care if you have feathers and I have claws!
Both of us need to get ouside these walls!
Maybe things are better outside these walls!
Maybe things are better outside!"


Lyrics submitted by J_Appleseed

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