"Snake in the Grass" as written by and Ken Howard Alan Blaikley....
Beautiful morning, ah
Down by the river, ah
Without a warning, ah
Who'd ever guess you'd come across a snake in the grass

Every day now, ah
You take a walk here, ah
What do you say now, ah
If you should meet an evil-minded snake in the grass

Stop and watch where you're putting your feet, my sweet
I don't want to do anything bad
But you make me mad and I might bite your face, bite neck, bite arms, bite, bite
Because I'm, oh, a snake in the grass, oh
A snake in the grass

Looking around you, ah
You never see me, ah
You'll get a surprise, ah
Should you get entangled with a snake in the grass

Under my thick skin, ah
I can be lonely, ah
Please can I come in, ah
And end my sad existence as a snake in the grass

Under my thick skin, ah
I can be lonely, ah
Please can I come in, ah
And end my sad existence as a snake in the grass

Stop and watch where you're putting your feet, my sweet
I don't want to do anything bad
But you make me mad and I might bite your face, bite neck, bite arms, bite, bite
Because I'm, oh, a snake in the grass, oh
A snake in the grass


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