"Here Come The Geese" as written by and Kevin Neil Hearn....
Look up in the sky
They said on a radio station
They're up quite high
Flying in a V formation

Here come the geese
Here come the geese

Now they're on the lawns
The patios and ponds
On the sidewalks
On the rooftops
On the hillside
On the playground slide

In the shadows
The parking lots, the meadows
The fences and ledges
Benson and Hedges

In the school yard
On the boulevard
In the high school halls
In the shopping malls
Watch under your feet

They said on the radio station
Here come the geese
Flying in a V formation

[Repeat numerous times]
Here come the geese
Flying in a V formation

Flying in a V formation [Repeat x4]

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"Here Come the Geese" as written by Kevin Neil Hearn Kevin Hearn

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    General CommentThis is such a beautiful little song.

    When I want to amuse myself, I like to think of the (Canadian) geese as being metaphorical for Canadians in general. Maybe Canadian musicians particularly (the radio station references).

    In other words, maybe the song's about a Canadian music invasion of some sort. :D

    Or maybe not.

    But it makes me laugh to think of Kevin writing a secretly subversive song.
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