"Like a Cat" as written by Sherrie Austin, Sally Jill Barris and Templeton Thompson....
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah

Well, have I landed on my feet again
Just like I do every time?
And if you want to be my friend
Treat me right

People say I'm so aloof
Well, it's just because I have learned
To stay away from that hot tin roof
So, I won't get burned

Like a cat, I'm the cautious kind
Yeah, I'd usually be gone by now
But it's something 'bout you that I like
And I just might stick around
I just might stick around

You don't play those silly games
Just like all the others do
You laugh at my peculiar ways
And I laugh back at you

Like a cat, I'm the cautious kind
Oh, I'd usually be gone by now
But it's something 'bout you that I like
And I just might stick around
I just might stick around

Curiosity sometimes takes me
Places I shouldn't go
But all my instincts say
Maybe I should stay
You never know, never know

Hey, yeah

Oh, like a cat, I'm the cautious kind
Yeah, I'd usually be gone by now
But it's something 'bout you that I like
Oh, and I just might stick around
I just might stick around
I just might stick around

Hey, yeah, yeah, yeah
Hey, yeah, yeah, yeah
Hey, yeah, yeah

Well, have I landed on my feet again?



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"Like a Cat" as written by Sherrie Austin Sally Jill Barris

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