Well-to-do white boy what's the matter
Did all you parents' dreams just shatter
Or might yours come true
And what about the children you'll have
Will they be sad too
You're so corroded never had a shower
The pain will wash off in an hour
Then I will let you go
And your shape will be restored
Why don't you ever comfort me
Late afternoons, rhododendron tea
Why don't you ever comfort me
You, me gazebo lie blue blazer backyard fly
Why don't you ever comfort me
Once was lost now I'm sound
Should have known I would have drowned
Peace in an hour
Welcome well no one is home
Your grandparents aren't home
You used to dream of me now all you do is watch TV
You can't move you're just there
The sun can bleach your hair
But I won't leave you trapped and alone
So don't look at me that way
Because I'm the one that brought you home...
Big time let down...
Once filled with wonder now I'm over and under
And I can see the roots from here my dear
Stay, stray

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Stuffed Animal Lyrics as written by Unknown Writers Mark Weinberg

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