"Mouse in My Toolbox" as written by and Laurissa Anne Berkner....
When I say goodnight and I turn out the light
I close my eyes ready to sleep
Then I hear a noise but it's not from my toys
My dogs or my cats or the street

I hear a bang bang bang from my hammer
And a turn turn turn my screwdriver
There's a paw on my saw and an eye on my drill
And a little tail is wrapped around my pliers
There's a mouse in my toolbox

She wants a house like my house
She wants a floor like my floor
She wants to rock in a rocking chair
On a porch outside her front door

And she wants a room like my room
She wants a bed like my bed
She toy chest full of toys
That's painted purple and red

I hear her bang bang bang with my hammer
And turn turn turn my screwdriver
There's a paw on my saw and an eye on my drill
And her little tail is wrapped around my pliers
There's a mouse in my toolbox

I turn on the light again
Look at my tiny friend
And I start to dream my own dream

I'll help build a house as a gift for my mouse
And then we can both go to sleep

And so I
Bang bang bang with my hammer
And I'll turn turn turn my screwdriver
I use my wrench and my saw and my powerdrill
And I'll tie it with a bow made out of wire
For the mouse in my toolbox

For the mouse in my toolbox
For the mouse in my toolbox

Bang bang bang


Lyrics submitted by Nataliexo

Mouse in My Toolbox song meanings
Add your thoughts

No Comments

sort form View by:
  • No Comments

Add your thoughts

Log in now to tell us what you think this song means.

Don’t have an account? Create an account with SongMeanings to post comments, submit lyrics, and more. It’s super easy, we promise!

Back to top
explain