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I rode a buffalo, it was very shaggy
I found that buffalo riding is unwise
We took off suddenly, racing ‘cross the prairie
It gave me rug burns up and down my thighs

I rode a zebra - I was on safari
I wrapped my fingers in its wiry mane
It started bucking, startled by a lion
And when I landed I think I bruised my brain

Wild animals are not for you to ride
They need to live and wander free
There are other ways to get around outside
Let ‘em be
Oh, Let ‘em be

I rode a T. Rex down at the museum
It stood there frozen, taken quite aback
It couldn’t reach me with its little grabbers
I was arrested, now I can’t go back

Wild animals are not for you to ride
They need to live and wander free
There are other ways to get around outside
Let ‘em be
Oh, Let ‘em be

Why Why ride them though you may see the appeal
Try try seeing the way they must surely feel
Cry cry for them they never asked for this deal
Buy buy yourself an actual automobile

I rode a porcupine...

I rode an ambulance due to my decisions
I learned a lesson much to my surprise
Life is a journey, not a destination
So go domestic, never improvise

Wild animals are not for you to ride
They need to live and wander free
There are other ways to get around outside
Let ‘em be
Oh, Let ‘em be
Let ‘em be
Oh, Let ‘em be

Let ‘em be

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from Relatable Content, released July 2, 2019

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The PDX Broadsides Portland, Oregon

The PDX Broadsides (Portland, OR)
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are a trio of nerd enthusiasts who sing about science, piracy, superheroes, robots, and other geeky topics with great vigor and harmony. Formed in September 2011 on accident in a crucible of exhaustion, excessive coffee and too much wine, they deliver original nerdy tunes and geek parodies. ... more

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