"The Old Woodshed" as written by and Malone....
Out behind the old woodshed
Snakes and snails and puppy tails
Sugar, spice, a push, a shove
A swing, a punch, to touch, to love
Out behind the old woodshed
Fountain of eternal youth
Jars of flashlight fireflies
Dig to China after lunch
Out behind the old woodshed
Words that go together well
Sugar Mountain, Babelogue
These days you think will never end
Out behind the old woodshed
Ma and pa hot on our trail
Pack a Lucky, light a smile
To go where Democrats inhale
Out behind the old woodshed
Tattoo the trees for all to see
Immortalized like Chevrolet
Sara Lee and Jimmy Dean
Out behind the old woodshed
Lie on your back and count the ways
As many as the stars above
These days you think will always stay
Out behind the old woodshed
Cotton candy in the rain
Beneath the water learn to breathe
All good things come to an end
Out behind the old woodshed
My confidant, my dearest friend
The greener blades of grass were we
These days you hoped would never end


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