"Guilt's Tune" as written by and Nacio Herb Brown Gus Kahn....
She was not able to go somewhere
Unless she could clearly see the end
Even though most times she did arrive
The place looked so much different

If some duck ever tried to help her
She'd spit right in his face
And he quickly went to tell his friends
How she is so ungrateful

But maybe one day she felt a little guilty
And repeated that thought at various spits
Until she finally learned its tune
And ran back to the pond to sing it

Her plan was simple
Apologize and leave
But it took longer than she imagined
By the time she found that family of ducks
She was so tired and she—and she fainted

The moment she woke
She tried to sing
But nothing could be heard
She had lost the melody in her sleep
She looked at the ducks and began to weep

Lyrics submitted by tikilights, edited by CorvusPrudens

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