The Tennessee Bird Walk (Words and music by Jack Blanchard) Take away the trees and the birds'll have to sit upon the ground. Umh! Take away their wings and the birds'll have to walk to get around And take away the birdbaths and dirty birds will soon be everywhere Take away their feathers and the birds'll walk around in underwear Take away their (*Whistle sound) and the birds'll have to whisper when they sing Take away their common sense and they'll be headed southward in the spring cho: Oh, remember me my darling, when spring is in the air When the bald-headed birds are whispering everywhere When you see them walkin' southward in their dirty underwear It's The Tennessee Birdwalk. How about some trees, so the birds won't have to sit upon the ground. Umh! And how about some wings, so the birds won't have to walk to get around And how about a birdbath or two, so the birds'll all be clean And how about some feathers, so their underwear no longer will be seen How about a little (*Whistle sound), so the birds wont have whisper when they sing And how about some common sense, so they won't be blockin' traffic in the spring. REPEAT CHORUS: It's The Tennessee Birdwalk; It's The Tennessee Birdwalk; It's The Tennessee Birdwalk. Recorded by Jack Blanchard and Misty Morgan GG Oct00
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