There is a little insect
Not many people see
He's known to all the insects
As the L.S. Bumble Bee

So when you hear him coming
Just throw away your tea
That psychodelic humming
Will mean you'll soon be free!

The Bee is coming!
I can hear the humming
Of the bubbly
L.S. Bum Bum Bum Bumble Bee

Now it's time to fly
Out of your mind
And into the sky
With me

I fly to the land
Where my hands can see
And my eyes can walk
And the mountains talk }x2

I hear with my knees
Run with my nose
Smell with my feet
My mouth is a rose

Aahhh (x4)

I can hear the hum
Of the bubbly
L.S. Bum Bum Bum Bumble Bee

Take a little sip
From the tasty lips
Of the L.S. Bumble Bee

Aaaaahhhh (x9)

I hear with my knees
Run with my nose
Smell with my feet
My heart is a rose

Aaahhh (x2)

Bum (x7) Bumble {x2

The L.S. Bum Bum Bumble Bee

Come on, that's better

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    Something tells me this isn't a about a bee, eh?

    pheineon June 30, 2002   Link
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    I just wanted to add that this is a Peter Cook/Dudley Moore cover. If you like Death by Chocolate check out the real 60's stuff, it's far out!

    wabashiion September 12, 2005   Link

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