Do you wonder where the crab man sleeps,
On the Baleerie?
Do you wonder how the woodpecker,
Makes a hole in the tree?
Do you hear the sound the Hoot Owl makes,
From the forest land?
A chirping toady from the toady tree,
The amphibical one

Oooh, the flowers in the garden
Oooh, the jewels in the sea
What Joy! The baby now is cresting
From the black bush
From the black bush

Do you wonder how the chipmunk jumps,
From stone to stone?
Do you wonder 'bout the buzzy Queen Bee,
In her dominion?
Have you heard the call of the Bicknell Thrush,
Or the Western Grebe?
Muddy tracking from the common cow,
And her milk so sweet?

Oooh, the flowers in the garden
Oooh, the jewels in the sea
What Joy! The baby now is cresting
From the black bush

Oooh, the flowers in the garden
Oooh, the jewels in the sea
What Joy! The baby now is cresting
From the black bush
From the black bush


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