"It" as written by and Rob Derhak Chuck Garvey....
Let's build a house out of tin cans and car tires*
Make a plan and see it through
Sit on the front porch
And carve potato stamps
And print the daily news

You can hammer on your stump
Try to make a totum pole
You can give that stump life
You can give it a soul

I have a buffalo nickel
Whose lifetime has been long
It's passed hands so many times that
The buffalo has moved on

Sometimes you'll find you can rhyme anything with anyone
Sometimes you'll find you can rhyme anything with anyone

You can put it on the front porch
You can leave it out to dry
You can put it on the back burner, baby
You can leave it to die

There are a million people
Who pass through here on their way
It will take two centuries to undo what they do here today

Sometimes you'll find you can rhyme anything with anyone
Sometimes you'll find you can rhyme anything with anyone

You will turn it over
You will wear it through
You will put on the front porch
It's got a mind of it's own

Sometimes you'll find you can rhyme anything with anyone
Sometimes you'll find you can rhyme anything with anyone
Sometimes you'll find you can rhyme anything with anyone
Sometimes you'll find you can rhyme anything with anyone


Lyrics submitted by benkola

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