Now I quietly live in a window in Boston,
with my mom and brothers and sisters
Susie walked by with a red balloon
and I wished I were hers
so I wagged my tail and I looked real cute
and she just walked by
I put my head in a corner
so no one could see me cry

You can take me home
You can call me yours
I don't bark unless there's a stranger
or children outdoors
You can take me home
and I will call you mine
and we'll waltz and we'll play
'til the end of the day
Happy all of the time

From nine until five people walk by
They 'ooh' and they 'ahh' and say 'wow'
I used to be scared when they turned out the lights
I'm pretty much over that now
I've learned how to sit and I'm learning to stay
And I don't run out of the yard
And if you're quiet, that's ok
'Cause I know life can be awfully hard

You can take me home
You can call me yours
I don't bark unless there's a stranger
or children outdoors
You can take me home
and I will call you mine
and we'll waltz and we'll play
'til the end of the day
I will never run away
I'm with you now and here I'll stay
You can take me home


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