One day Tarzan said to Jane while they were walking through the garden
'One thing I must explain before we go much farther'
'I know you'd like a bright new dress with a bright new yellow linin'
'But every time you want on,e darlin', I got to fight a lion'.

And it's a jungle out there
It's a jungle out there
There ain't no way around it
At least I've never found it
It's a jungle out there
It's a jungle out there.

Way back in the city, where the city people smile
Whenever they need a new pair of shoes, they don't kill no crocodile
And when the nighttime falls around them, they stay in their hotels
But out here, darlin', when the night time comes, there's nothin' to do but yell.

'Cause it's a jungle out there
You better say a prayer
Even if they eat you
And eventually they will
It's a jungle out there, ooh, you know.

One day Tarzan said to Jane : 'I want to talk to you about the boy'
'He's been actin' very strange lately, he thinks a tool's a toy'
'Why only yesterday while I was out there fixin' up the vine'
'He said : 'Dad, I'm gonna take a swing' - but he grabbed a hold of my vine, ow.

It's a jungle out there
Hey, you better beware
There ain't no way around it
At least I've never found it
It's a jungle out there
It's a jungle out there.

Now the moral of this story is if you end up out there too
Think of all them snakes you might have snaken up on you
But on the other hand, my darlin', you don't have to care
'Cause no matter how far, no matter how long, no matter how cold or fair
High or low, up or down, it's still a jungle out there.

It's a jungle out there
It's a jungle out there
There ain't no way around it
At least I've never found it
'Cause it's a jungle out there.


Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

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