"Whole Lot of Love" as written by Neal Merritt and Shorty Hall....
We live on a farm in Tennessee
Like old McDonald's was
We have all the things that a farm should have
And a whole lot of love

We have a brace of ducks and a clutch of chicks
Cry of hounds and a candle of kits
Enough of frogs and as it gets dark
And an exaltation of larks

We live on a farm in Tennessee
Like old McDonald's was
We have all the things that a farm should have
And a whole lot of love

We have a drove of cattle and a grist of bees
A colony of ants and a gaggle of geese
A school of fish and a murder of crows
And a great big tribe of goats

We live on a farm in Tennessee
Like old McDonald's was
We have all the things that a farm should have
And a whole lot of love

We have a skulk of foxes and a sleuth of bears
A set of cranes and a hust of hares
A herd of horses and a spring of teal
And a watch of nightingales

We live on a farm in Tennessee
Like old McDonald's was
We have all the things that a farm should have
And a whole lot of love

We have a sun of mornings and a moon of nights
And I feel bad of hold me tights
It rains but not too much
We got a whole lot of love



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"Whole Lot of Love" as written by Shorty Hall Neal Merritt

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