"Wildlife" as written by Todd Rundgren, Roger Powell, Kasim Sulton and John Wilcox....
Mommy told me she has everything I want
Mommy told me that I should not worry 'bout nothing else
Mommy told me that I can't do what I want
Mommy told me
But she's only thinking about herself
Can
I'm thinking about myself
Time to leave and it's just as well
'Cause I can't help thinking there's something else
Wildlife
So I told he that I must have something more than she offered
And she should not worry about my health
I'm a big boy, not her little boy no more
I'm a big boy and I must learn how to protect myself
Hold my own when they give me hell
She can worry about herself
Tiny eagles must leave their nest
Wild horses withstand the test
Old lovers become estranged
Little boys who can't help but change
Could be nothing but who can tell


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"Wildlife" as written by Kasim Sulton John Wilcox

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