Sasquatch - Aaahhhh!
JB - Aaaahhhh!
Sasquatch - That's good, let's go on an adventure!
JB - yeah! (la la la)
Sasquatch - I got lots to show you! (La la la)
JB - Can I be a sasquatch too? (la la la)
Sasquatch - You already are, (la la la) you're my son, JB, my little baby Sass. (la la laa...) Oh! Let's take a dip in the strawberry river!
JB - Yay!
(Come on baby let's go

Here we go, here we go, here we go
Ooh la la la, Ooh Papagena, he's my Sassafrass!
Ooh la la la, Ooh Papagena, he's my Sassafrass!
Here we go, here we go, here we go
Ooh la la la, Ooh Papagenu, he's my Sassafrass!
Ooh la la la, Ooh Papagenu, he's my Sassafrass!

Sasquatch - We're flying!
JB - We're flying!
Sasquatch - Hold on, boy!

Down where the Sasquatch hide, in the misty mountainside, he's got shiny diamonds and he's got to protect...
Look into the Sasquatch eye, then you know that Sass can fly, Sasquatch is my Daddy and he's going to protect me!
Half man and half machine, on the cover of a magazine, Bigfoot is my father and he's got to protect me!
These lyrics don't make sense, think I found the evidence, that yeti is my papa and he wants to protect me!

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