"Seed Toss [Acoustic]" as written by Laura Jane Ballance, James August Wilbur, Chuck Garrison and Ralph Lee Mccaughan....
I put a stake in your spokes
And you better laugh at my jokes
You better memorize this face
You better stay in my good graces

'Cause (and) here you come on your broom
Your mood ring's turning brown
You will begin to feel it soon
You're tossing your seeds around

You better memorize this face
You better stay right in your place
I draw the lines here from now on
And your picture's already drawn

And this movie goes on to long
And this coffee's a little to strong
And I think that I'm running on
Well I guess that I'm running

'Cause (and) here you come on your broom
Your mood ring's turning brown
You will begin to feel it soon
You're tossing your seeds around


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"Seed Toss" as written by James August Wilbur Chuck Garrison

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