They are the very reasons I never wear a hat.
My teeth stick out in front, Like pickets in a fence,
And as far as riches go, I'm not worth two cents.
So I'm glad to be the way I am, Who cares if I look funny?
No matter what the others have, I'm glad that I'm Bugs Bunny!
Suppose I was an Elephant, then I'd be really sunk,
For every place I'd ever go, I'd have to take my trunk!
Suppose I was a Zebra, with stripes from head to tail,
I'd bet they'd think that I'd escaped, and throw me back in jail!
Suppose I was a tall Giraffe, and swallowed carrots, yummy!
With that long neck, I'd surely starve before they reached my tummy.
Suppose I was a big fat pig I might as well be frank,
I wouldn't care to end up as some kiddie's piggy bank.
What's up, Doc?
Suppose I was a smelly skunk, I wouldn't have a friend.
I'd be alone excepting for, A cent I couldn't spend.
Suppose I was a 'Gator in the swamps where time would drag,
Until the day when I'd be made into a traveling bag
Suppose I was a turkey then I'd end up on a tray,
In the middle of the table on the next Thanksgiving Day.
Suppose I was a Bullfrog, croaking out a not,
I'd dread the time when I would be, a frog in someone's throat!
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"I'm Glad That I'm Bugs Bunny" as written by Michael A. Maltese Billy May
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