William Anderson Dean makes a plea for vacation
But gets spoiled meat
Eat with your fork, Mr. Dean
William Anderson Dean jumps out through the window
Brains all on the street
Much to his waiting relief

He sings,
“Do you really like me?
Yes, I believe you love me
Who took the fire and gave me Dentyne?
Hey, a tiny tiger looks good over your daughter
That don’t make it good to leave them in peace”

William Anderson Dean: A western tuxedo
With no limousine
To drive his mother to drink
William Anderson Dean, his back country sister
Money for missing teeth
Pours a glass of milk down the sink

And sings,
“Do you really like me?
Yes, I believe you love me
Who took the fire and gave me Dentyne
Hey, a tiny tiger looks good over your daughter
But that don’t make it good to leave them in peace”

William Anderson Dean, William Anderson Dean, William Anderson Dean, William Anderson Dean
He sings,
“Do you really like me?
Yes, I believe you love me
Who took the fire and gave me Dentyne?
Hey, a tiny tiger looks good over your daughter
That don’t make it good to leave them in peace”


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William Anderson Dean Wishes for Death and It Is Granted song meanings
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