“Johnny is a joker. He’s a bird.
A very funny joker. He’s a bird.
But when he jokes my honey. He’s a dog.
His jokin’ ain’t so funny. He’s a dog.
Johnny is a joker that’s a’ tryin’ to steal my baby. He’s a bird-dog.
Johnny sings a love song. Like a bird.
Sings the sweetest lovesong. Ya ever heard.
But when he sings to my gal. What a howl.
To me he’s just a wolf-dog. On the prowl.
Johnny wants to fly-away and puppy-love my baby. He’s a bird-dog.
Hey, bird-dog, get away from my quail. Hey, bird-dog, you’re on the wrong trail. Bird-dog, you’d better leave my lovey-dovey alone.
Johnny kissed the teacher. He’s a bird.
He tiptoed up to reach her. He’s a bird.
Well, he’s the teacher’s pet now. He’s a dog.
What he wants he’s been gettin’ now. What a dog.
He even made the teacher let him sit next to my baby. He’s a bird-dog.
Hey, bird-dog, get away from my chick. Hey, bird-dog, you’d better get away quick. Hey, bird dog, you’d better find a Chicken Little of your own.
He’s a bird. Oh, he’s a bird.”
Thank you to Terri Webster-Schrandt for this week’s SundayStills theme, ‘Feed the Birds.’
#Feed the Birds
Feature Photo: Western Gul, Victoria, BC.
All still photographs displayed in this post are my own.
Check out these #FeedtheBird posts:
Feeding those Birds
Birds of a Feather Flock Together
What do a Magpie and a Penguin have in Common?
Taking in Life Around Me
Pandemonium of Parrots
Waiting is for the Birds
Feeding the Birds in Australia
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What birds do you typically see in your neighbourhood?