"The Aristocats (The Aristocats)" as written by and Robert B. Sherman Richard M. Sherman....
Which pet's address
Is the finest in Paris?
Which pets possess
The longest pedigree?
Which pets get to sleep
On velvet mats?
Naturalment! The aristocats!

Which pets are blessed
With the fairest forms and faces?
Which pets know best
All the gentle social graces?
Which pets live
On cream and loving pats?
Naturalment! The aristocats!

They show aristocats bearing
When they're seen upon
An airing
And aristocatic flair
In what they do and what they say!

Aristocats are never found
In alleyways or hanging around
The garbage cans where
Common kitties play, oh no

Which pets are known
To never show their claws?
Which pets are prone
To hardly any flaws?
To which pets do the others
Tip their hats?
Naturalment! The aristocats!

(Repeat 3rd and 4th verses)

Naturalment! Naturalment!
Oh, Naturalment!
The aristocats!


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"The Aristocats" as written by Robert B. Sherman Richard M. Sherman

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