The Other Day

This is a repeat after me song sort of,
The other day,
I met a bear,
Out in the woods,
A way out there.
The other day I met a bear, out in the woods a way out there.

He looked at me,
I looked at him,
He sized up me,
I sized up him.
He looked at me I looked at him, he sized up me I sized up him,

He said to me,
Why don't you run,
I see you ain't,
Got any gun,
He said to me why don't you run? I see you ain't got any gun.

And so I ran,
Away from there,
But right behind,
Me was that bear.
And so I ran right out of there, but right behind me was that bear.

Ahead of me,
There was a tree,
A great big tree,
Oh, glory me.
Ahead of me there was a tree, a great big tree oh glory me.

The lowest branch,
Was ten feet up,
I'd have to jump,
And trust my luck.
The lowest branch was ten feet up, I'd have to jump and trust my luck.

And so I jumped,
Into the air,
But I missed that branch,
Away up there.
And so I jumped into the air, but I missed that branch away up there.

Now don't you fret,
Now don't you frown,
Cause I caught that branch,
On the way back down.
Now don't you fret now don't you frown, cause I caught that branch on the way back down.

This is the end
There ainít no more
Until I meet
That bear once more
This is the end there ainít no more until I meet that bear once more

But I did meet
That bear once more
He was a rug
upon my floor
But I did meet that bear once more he was a rug upon my floor

The moral of,
The story be,
Don't meet a bear,
With out a tree.
The moral of the story be, don't meet a bear without a tree.

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